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Jüri Allik

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Jüri Allik (born 3 March 1949 in Tallinn, Estonia), is an Estonian psychologist. Career Allik holds Ph.D. degrees in psychology both from the University of Moscow, Russia (1976) and University of Tampere, Finland (1991). Spending his academic career at the University of Tartu (with the exception of a stint at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland), he became Professor of Psychophysics in 1992, and is since 2002 Professor of Experimental Psychology. He was also the head of the University of Tartu's Department of Psychology and the chairman of the Estonian Science Foundation (2003-2009), as well as an editor of the Estonian English-language social science and humanities journal Trames. Allik's contributions to international psychology lie mainly in two areas: visual perception and eye movement, and the comparative study of collectivism vs. individualism. Within Estonia and in Estonian, he has also published highly critical work on Sigmund Freud, the history of psychology, the
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