Are you looking for a recent or past article or would like to browse our work?
Here you can find a list of all of our publications.
Read a summary of our research topics and methods
and find out about ongoing research projects.
We are always looking for participants for our studies. We offer monetary
remuniration or academic credits (VP-Marken) to participants.
Our research: what we do at the lab
How do we perceive and understand the objects and agents in our environment, and how do we interact with the physical and communicate with the social world? To understand how we accomplish these complex tasks, we investigate the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying language, vision, semantic and social processing and the multifaceted interplay of these core human faculties.
Abdel Rahman Lab is the department of neurocognitive psychology at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin led by Rasha Abdel Rahman.
You can read about the different, overlapping domains of our research, the methods we use and about current research projects by following the link below.
List of all of the lab’s publications
Are you looking for a recent or past article or would like to browse our publications? Here you can find a list and links to all of our publications.
Participate in a study for course credit or remuneration
We are always looking for participants for our studies. Some studies will be conducted in our lab in Berlin-Adlershof and others may be conducted online. Click on the link below to find out if you are eligible for any current experiments. You will be paid for your participation or, if you are a psychology student at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, you can choose to receive academic credits (VP-Marken) instead.
Our hats and heads gallery
In this lab, we take the tradition of doctoral hats very seriously. Or rather, we have a lot of fun with it! Our team goes all out when decorating the hats for colleagues/friends. And we want to share our best efforts with you. Click on the link below to see some of our best efforts from the past years.
New article by Anna Eiserbeck, Martin Maier, Julia Baum & Rasha Abdel Rahman:Deepfake smiles matter less—the psychological and neural impact of presumed AI-generated faces High-quality AI-generated portraits (“deepfakes”) are becoming increasingly prevalent....