Dr Marius Golubickis

Dr Marius Golubickis
Dr Marius Golubickis
Dr Marius Golubickis


Accepting PhDs

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G10 William Guild Building
Old Aberdeen Campus
110 St. Machar Drive
AB24 2UB

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School of Psychology

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Research Overview

Broadly, my research could be categorised as computational social cognition. It is a novel and increasingly influential approach that studies the computational mechanisms underpinning social biases during information processing (e.g., decision-making, attention, learning).

My research focuses primarily on the extent and origin of self-bias (e.g., biases for self-relevant information). I also have an active line of investigation exploring issues in person perception, specifically the processes that underpin stereotype-based information processing.

My work often challenges conventional discipline-specific approaches by combining well-established methodologies from social cognition, cognitive psychology, and the vision sciences to explore how various social aspects, such as self-relevance and stereotypical beliefs, guide decision-making. In addition, I utilise specialised computational modelling techniques (e.g., Drift Diffusion Modelling and its variants) to explicate the psychological processes that underpin task performance.

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Accepting PhDs

I am currently accepting PhDs in Psychology.

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your research ideas further.


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