Fundamentally, I am interested in most psychological issues that interaction with media/medium raises. In that sense, I am particularly interested in how media shapes our experiences through immersion as presence; in mediated contexts (VR, mobile, online, etc.), and as & transportation to media texts or narratives (like movies, TV shows, books, and so on). That includes video games immersion as a combination of these psychological states. At the same time, I want to know how identity is constructed online, which intersects with my interest in subjectivity constitution and representation (particularly, the psychology of representation). And finally, it connects to my interests of the Russian hegemony and propaganda (due to my political science background).
Political science/Integrated communications 2011
National Research University Higher School of Economics
Higher School of Economics, Political science 2009
Kukshinov, E. (2016). Two Sides of the Same Immersion. Media Psychology Review. [Online] Vol 10(1). Retrieved from http://mprcenter.org/review/two-sides-of-the-same-immersion
Kukshinov, E. (2015). The Virtual Self and Possible Immersive Consequences of Uncharacteristic Self-Presentation in Virtual Environment. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, and Learning, 5(4). p.73-82.
Kukshinov, E. (2015). The phenomenon of Media Immersion. Medi@lmanac, №1 (66), p.32-39 (in Russian)
Kukshinov, E. (2013). The Mediatization of Youth as a Factor in Reducing Political Participation in Modern Democracies. MSU Bulletin, Series 12, Political science, №6 (in Russian)