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Andrzej Nowak Portrait

Andrzej is a Professor of psychology at the University of Warsaw, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities and Florida Atlantic University. His primary focus is on the dynamical approach to social psychology, computer simulations of psychological and social processes, psychology and new technology, human-machine interaction, but he also teaches in the area of cognitive psychology and neural networks.

He has done research concerning social influence, social transitions, social dilemmas, self and emotions, neural networks. His current research includes synchronization, culture, conflict, and radicalization. He also works on modelling the dynamics of cultures and concentrates on the culture of honor. He is interested in the interface of science, art and technology. He is the author or an editor of 16 books and over hundred articles and chapters on the dynamics of psychological and social processes, and is one of the creators of the field of Dynamical Social Psychology. He publishes in both psychological (e.g. Psychological Review) and physical journals (Phys. Rev. Lett, A, E). He serves on the editorial board of Springer Complexity series and Computational Social Science series.