Gordon Feld discusses the ancient "Theseus Paradox" from a neuroscientific perspective.
PhD Student Eva Poort wins $1000 in the "Preregistration Challenge". We talked with her about her first experience with Preregistration.
Blog post by Eva Poort and Jenni Rood about their new paper on the cognate facilitation effect in bilingual lexical decision.
New blog post by Sam Schwarzkopf on open science and the 'tone' of scientific debates.
Blog post by Jenni Rodd and Matt Davis
Can fMRI be used as a biomarker to predict treatment response in psychiatry? Our latest study suggests it may not be sufficiently reliable at an individual patient level. By Camilla Nord.
How does one tell good from bad neuromarketing? Here we outline five warning signs to help distinguish good neuromarketing from snake oil.
Geoffrey Hutton was a psychology student at from 1949-51. Second part of our new blog series "Geoffrey Hutton - a student at UCL in the 1940s".
Olivia Guest on why limiting education to just Matlab goes on to limit students' and scientists' skills.
Featuring our female researchers - Jenni Rodd