I’m Almog 🔊, an Assistant Professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, where I direct the Computational Social Psychology (CSP) lab in the Department of Psychology.

My research explores the intersections of social networks, social psychology, and language. I am particularly interested in understanding the role of social networks in political polarization and misinformation and how theoretical and applied research can be leveraged to counteract anti-democratic processes both online and in the real world. Concurrently, I investigate how language reflects psychological processes and influences individual worldviews.

My work is grounded in computational social science and draws on social, political, and cognitive psychology, intersecting with political science, communication, linguistics, and computer science. I utilize tools that combine classic experimental psychology with big data analytics, machine learning, and natural language processing.

Email: almogsi@post.bgu.ac.il