At the Hebrew University’s Social Cognitive Neuroscience laboratory, we study social phenomena in terms of the interactions between their social (social cues, contexts, behaviors), cognitive (mental information processing mechanisms), and neural (neural representations and mechanisms) aspects. We leverage a wide array of techniques (including behavioral testing, psychophysiology, EEG, Dual EEG, fMRI and lesion studies) in healthy and clinical populations to examine the cognitive bases of social behaviors.