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Eun Hee Lee

 

Eun Hee Lee

Contact:

ehl28@cam.ac.uk

    

 

College:
Queens’ College, University of Cambridge

Research Interests:
Eun Hee Lee specialises in embodiment of social power and is currently a PhD student at the Cambridge Embodied Cognition and Emotion lab under the supervision of Dr. Simone Schnall. Eun Hee’s main research interest is in social power and how it influences a variety of cognitive processes including perception of the physical world. 

Qualifications:
2009-2010: University College London
MSc in Cognitive and Decision Sciences
Supervisor: Professor David Shanks
Title: Reexamination of Automatic Activation of Social Behaviour

2006-2009: University College London
BSc Psychology

Experience:
2012-2013: Supervisor of undergraduate students in Biological and Cognitive Psychology (Psy 3), and research project supervisor, University of Cambridge.
2010: Research Assistant at Professor Nilli Lavie’s Lab (Feb-March) University College London

Presentations & Posters:
Lee, E.H & Schnall, S. (2012, Sept). The influence of power on weight perception . Presentation at the European Social Cognition Network Meeting, Estoril, Portugal.
Lee, E.H. & Schnall, S. (2011, June). Embodiment of power. Presentation at the Social Cognition Network and Training Scheme, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Publications:
Shanks, D. R., Newell, B. R., Lee, E., Balakrishnan, D., Ekelund, L., Cenac, Z., Kavvadia, F., & Moore, C. (2013). Priming intelligent behavior: An elusive phenomenon. PLoS One.
Lee, E. H & Schnall, S. (in preparation). The influence of social power on weight perception.