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CESS News

The Independent reports a work by CESS Researcher

CESS Researcher, Andrew Lewis, and co-authors have their work on Deepfake technology reported on by The Independent. They show that 1) people are not good at discerning quality deepfakes from genuine videos, and 2) even when warned 1 of the 5 videos they’ll see has been altered, the vast majority (78%) of people still cannot […]

Vacancies: Laboratory Assistants

In preparation for reopening our lab later this term, the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences in Oxford is looking for Lab Assistants to help ensure that our lab experiments are run as smoothly and safely as possible. The successful candidates will be working an average of 5-10 hours per week, earning an hourly salary of […]

Course on Experimental Methods for DPIR students

CESS Director Ray Duch and CESS affiliated graduate student Mats Ahrenshop are delivering a course on Experimental Methods to students at the Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR).

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Upcoming Events

Colloquium

Seung Hoon Chae

Seung Hoon Chae

University of Oxford

Wed, 1st Jun 2022

14:00 - 15:00

Do Human Rights Trials Affect Anti-Immigration Perceptions?

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Colloquium

Vicente Dinis Valentim

Vicente Dinis Valentim

University of Oxford

Wed, 8th Jun 2022

14:00 - 15:00

Authoritarian Repression and the Creation of Democratic Norms

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Course

Online oTree Course for Beginners – Summer 2022

Online oTree Course for Beginners – Summer 2022

30/06/2022 - 28/07/2022

As part of CESS’s continued commitment to the training and mentorship of junior experimentalists, we are excited to announce our next introductory course on oTree.

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CESS Lab

3 George Street Mews, Oxford, OX1 2AA.