Doug Stone appointed Senior Fellow

We are pleased to announceDr. Douglas M. Stoneasnewly appointed Senior Fellow at Artis. Dr. Stone, retired USMC Major General,was appointed by President Obama to be his special advisor to the UN on counterterrorism.

Luca LpezRodrguez

Young Investigator Luca has been a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Psychology at University of Almeria (UAL) and at University of Granada (UGR) in Spain. She has been a Research Assistant in a funded project regarding the intercultural relations between host and immigrant populations (especially between Spanish and Moroccan people living in Spain). Her…

ngel Gmez

SeniorFellow ngel Gmez is an Associate Professor of Social Psychology, and the director of the Research group Social psychology of inter and intragroup relations. Strategies for improvement at Universidad Nacional de Educacin a Distancia, UNED, Madrid, Spain, where he received his PhD in 1998. Together with Prof. William B. Swann Jr., he is one of…

Bethany Ojalehto

Young Investigator [line] bethany ojalehto is a graduate student in Cognitive Psychology at Northwestern University. Her research explores how people conceptualize agency and ecologies, with a focus on cultural variation in concepts of nonhuman beings (plants, animals, and other natural kinds) and human relationships with their environments. She has been fortunate to develop these research…

Charles Rogan

Charles Rogan is an Advisor to the President and a Policy Fellow for Artis International, Artis Research & Risk Modeling, and Artis LookingGlass. The suite of Artis companies conduct interdisciplinary fieldbased scientific research in conflict zones, to understand violence, conflict, and ultimately improve the human condition and international security. The Arits companies work with government…

Global Impact: Our research in the news

“That’s not how religion works, Ben Carson” by Jesse Singal in NYMag.com. 22 September 2015. “Tunisian terror cell promises more bloodshedin new video” by Simon Speakman Cordall in Newsweek. 29 June 2015. “Ce que la sociologie propose dans la lutte contre la violence extrmiste” by Scott Atran in Le Huffington Post. 29 June 2015. “La…

Motive attribution asymmetry by Adam Waytz and colleagues

Waytz, A., Young, L. L., and Ginges, J. Motive attribution asymmetry for love vs. hate drives intractable conflict. Online before print 20 October 2014. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

Our Research in the News

Research on ‘Sacred Values’ by Scott Atran, and colleagues, is referenced in recent popularpress. Das ist die Kehrseite der Globalisierung, Philipp Schmidt interviews Scott Atran inRedaktion Konkret. October 22, 2014. Why Westerners are driven to join the jihadist fight, by Michael Bond in NewScientist. September 10, 2014. ‘Summer camp jihadists’ pose challenge to West, by…

President of ARTIS (Europe) awarded 2015 Liberal International Prize for Freedom

At their recent Congress in Rotterdam, Liberal International, the worldwide family of more than 120 liberal political parties voted to award the 2015 Prize for Freedom to John, Lord Alderdice, a Past President of Liberal International and currently President of ARTIS (Europe) Ltd. The LI Prize for Freedom is a prestigious award whose previous laureates…

Hammad Sheikh

Research Fellow [line] Hammad Sheikh is a postdoctoral research fellow at the New School for Social Research and the Center on Terrorism (CUNY). He received a Psycholgie Diplom (equivalent to MSc) from the Free University of Berlin in 2008 and a PhD in social psychology from the New School for Social Research in 2014. Prior…