Emeritus, Honorary Senior Research Associate, Nat'l F. for Scientific Research
IPSY - Institute of Psychological Sciences, Catholic University of Louvain
Robert Hogenraad graduated from Catholic University of Louvain (UCL) (1966, PhD in psychology). In 1990 he got Ph.D. in master of higher education (agregation enseignement superieur). The research interests of professor Hogenraad include such subjects as political discourse analysis (the prediction of wars), need for power and need for affiliation as motivations for wars and conflicts (The motivation dictionary project), empirical aesthetics (see IAEA, International Association for Empirical Aesthetics), empirical study of literature, (Internationale Gesellschaft fur Empirische Literaturwissenschaft, International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature) etc.
Professor Hogenraad is author and co-author of many publications. Among his recent publications: “The age of divergence: Georgia and the lost certainties of the West” (2008), “The words that predict the outbreak of wars. Empirical Studies of the Arts” (2003), “The words that predict the outbreak of wars” (2003) etc.