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UCL Psychology: aligning research with practice
UCL Psychology stands out as one of the best places to study psychology in the world. Jessica had very personal reasons why she was interested in psychology and mental health. Through telling her story, we hope to capture the imaginations of other students hoping to fix real problems by being part of a department that is combining research with education.
Face-to-face communication is accompanied by an abundance of contextual information relevant to understanding, including both sensory information external to the listener (e.g., observed mouth movements and co-speech gestures) and knowledge or expectations internal to the listener (e.g., discourse context). Most behavioral and neurobiological research of language, however, discards context in favor of studying isolated speech…
Laboratory: Language, Action and Brain Lab
New paper by Tali Sharot @affectivebrain and @CassSunstein out in @NatureHumBehav: To decide whether to seek information people estimate impact of knowledge on their decisions, emotion and ability to comprehend reality. 🧐 https://t.co/ncSMCCBPRF pic.twitter.com/Ezm40foQEe— UCL Experimental Psychology (@EP_UCL) January 17, 2020