Joseph Marks and Stephen Martin will discuss their new book "Messengers: Who We Listen To, Who We Don't, And Why" together with Dr. Dimitrios Tsivrikos on 24th of September (6pm) at UCL.
A team led by Prof. Hugo Spiers has discovered the key brain region for navigating well-known places, helping explain why brain damage seen in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease can cause such severe disorientation.
What can virtual-reality animal experiments reveal about the brain? Nature News features research led by Dr Aman Saleem on how mice react to virtual reality environments.
Consumer behaviour research by Prof. Brad Love and Adam Hornsby featured on BBC News.
Dr Jenni Rodd shares her tips and tricks.
Her book debut "Together: How Cooperation Shaped Humankind" will appear in spring 2021 with Jonathan Cape (Penguin).
Your brain’s map of the world around you is in 3D, according to a new study led by Prof. Kate Jeffery.
Dr Lasana Harris explores the psychological reasons behind reaching for our phone for BBC News.
Dr Lasana Harris explains the psychology behind our lack of empathy towards homeless people in an interview with "The Big Issue".
Research by Prof. Nichola Raihani suggests that paranoia might be part of a normally functioning psychology that is geared towards detecting and avoiding social threats.
Prof. Tali Sharot explains how beliefs are formed in the brain and what works to change others’ minds in this latest episode of the "Depolarization Project" podcast.
"You can bring to bear all of your critical skills and intelligence to see it’s wrong to think like that." - Dr Lasana Harris has been featured in the Guardian arguing for the possibility to control our implicit biases.