Uri Lifshin

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PhD Graduate Student
Research Interests: 

I am mainly interested in studying the human psych through the lens of Terror Management Theory. More specifically, my research interests include: attitudes towards animals, nature, culture and the body; inter-group conflicts; religious beliefs; and social neuroscience.

I am a PhD graduate student in the social psychology program, studying under the guidance of Professor Jeff Greenberg. I was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, and finished my B.A degree in psychology  at the Inter Disciplinary Center Herzliya.

Selected Publications: 

Hirschberger, G., & Lifshin, U. (2013). Prosocial Behavior. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Psychology. Edited by Dana S. Dunn. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Courses Taught: 

Social Psychology (Psy 360)

Areas of Study: 

Social Psychology Psychophysiology

Research Program: