Doc. Mgr. Sylvie Graf, Ph.D. works as senior researcher at the Institute of Psychology, Czech Academy of Sciences, where she founded and leads the Brno Lab of Intergroup Processes. Her main research interest relates to improving relations between social groups – through intergroup contact, mass media exposure, and careful use of language describing people in intergroup context.
Sverker Sikström is a professor in Cognitive Psychology at Lund university. His research interest includes computational models in psychology, with an interest in quantification of words as an outcome measure in behavioural sciences. His most recent work include measuring mental health in clinical settings using words words as outcome measures analysed by AI algorithms.
Lisa DeBruine – Professor in the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow. She runs the Face Research Lab and the KINSHIP project, a ERC Consolidator Grant to study “How do humans recognise kin?”. Her empirical empirical research focuses on kinship and how social perception of morphology affects social behaviour. Specifically, she is interested in how humans use facial resemblance to tell who their kin are and how people respond to cues of kinship in different circumstances. She is also interested in the behavioural immune system and how pathogens influence mating and social behaviours. Her meta-science interests include teaching computational skills for reproducible research, large-scale collaboration (especially the Psychological Science Accelerator), and developing web-based resources for increasing reproducibility in data collection and stimulus generation.