Kate Jassin

Expected Completion Date: May 2014

Dissertation title: Cognitively (Un)representative democracies: Political conflict between liberals and conservatives is fueled by the illusion of separate moral worlds.

Teaching experience:

Statistics with SPSS (Spring 2010), Teaching Fellow, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Introduction to Social Psychology (Fall 2010), Teaching Fellow, the New School for Public Engagement

Political Psychology (Spring 2011, 2013), Teaching Fellow, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2013), Adjunct Lecturer, The New York City College of Technology

Personnel and Organizational Psychology (Fall 2013, 2 Sections), Adjunct Lecturer, The New York City College of Technology

Selected Publication:

Jassin, K., Sheikh, H., Argo, N., Obeid, N., & Ginges, J. (2013). Negotiating cultural conflict over sacred values.  Chapter in Gelfand, M., Abbe, A., & Sycara, K. (eds.),     "Models for intercultural collaboration and negotiation," Springer: Advances in Group Decision and Negotiation Series.

Contact Information:

Kate Jassin
The New School for Social Research
Department of Psychology
80 5th Avenue, Room 707
New York, NY 10011

Email: jassik50@newschool.edu

 
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