Jüri Allik is a Professor of Experimental Psychology and Head of the Department at the University of Tartu. Professor Allik earned his Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Moscow and his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Tampere.
His research deals with visual perception and eye movement and the comparative study of collectivism vs. individualism.
Tamm, Maria, et al. “The compression of perceived time in a hot environment depends on physiological and psychological factors.” The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67.1 (2014): 197-208.
Dobewall, Henrik, et al. “Self-other agreement in happiness and life-satisfaction: the role of personality traits.” Social Indicators Research 114.2 (2013): 479-492.
Allik, Jüri, and Anu Realo. “How is freedom distributed across the earth?.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36.05 (2013): 482-483.