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Meet the Researcher: Rosalind Potts
Dr. Rosalind Potts is a researcher and Teaching Fellow at UCL based in Chandler House. Her area of interest is learning and memory, and her research aims to identify the conditions which make learning most effective.
My general academic interests span many areas in cognitive science and more specifically decision making. I study decision making in various contexts. An example may be a psychiatrist predicting whether their patient will become violent. I take a data-driven approach, in which I look at models of memory and retrieval, thus linking previous training and…
Laboratory: Love Lab
How can experts maximise the communication of scientific consensus? A new paper by A. Harris, O. Smildae, @MaartenSpeek and U. Hahn finds that the experience of expert consensus is more effective than a numerical description: #WeNeedExperts #climatechange https://t.co/6tul0ItrAS pic.twitter.com/y1eNYi57bp— Exp. Psychology UCL (@EP_UCL) March 23, 2018