Joe Devlin and John Hogan will be speaking about brand psychology and neuroscience at the "Workspace Business Insight Dinner" on 28th of November 2017.
Visitors to the Science Museum’s Lates event had the chance to “game for good” and contribute to essential dementia research when they met Dr Hugo Spiers and the team behind Sea Hero Quest.
UCL has been ranked 2nd worldwide for Psychology in the latest Times Higher Education rankings by subject.
PhD student Naheem Bashir has won the BrainBox Initiative Research Challenge, for a project looking at the brain basis of stammering. In this interview, he talks about his future research plans to explore the neural basis of stuttering.
Congratulations to our recent PhD graduate Paula Parpart!
Psychology makes us swift to blame those who experience sexual harassment, but the #MeToo movement could be making it easier to speak up, says Nichola Raihani in "New Scientist".
In his new book "Invisible Mind", Lasana Harris takes a social neuroscience approach to explaining the worst of human behaviour.
New research by Jenni Rodd and Zhenguang Cai finds that British listeners are less likely to choose the British definition of the word if the speaker sounded American.
Sarah Smith was a PhD student in Experimental Psychology until her premature death in 2016. Her poem "Ode on a Brain" has now been published posthumously in the PsyPAG Quarterly.
Eric Schulz has been awarded with a PhD in Experimental Psychology.
A new study by Joe Devlin, Daniel Richardson, John Hogan and Helen Nuttall brings good news for all theatre lovers.
Daniel Richardson has published a new book: "Man vs. Mind - Everyday Psychology Explained"