I'm a visiting professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, the USA. I am currently affiliated with the Brain, Behavior, and Quantitative Science Program.
I study how people construct and update their social knowledge and beliefs under uncertainty, how they construct of a clear and coherence sense of self, others, groups, and a society, and how social knowledge guides human behaviors within and between groups. Some of the key psychological processes include depersonalization, projection, and indirect minority influence. My theoretical approach combines two fields of social psychology−group processes and intergroup relations, and social influence and attitude change−with complex adaptive systems study. I use behavioral experiments, social and psychological network analyses, and computational agent-based modeling.