Brad Love talks about AI and human intelligence on the Guardian Science weekly podcast.
Congratulations Lucia Magis-Weinberg on being awarded a PhD in Experimental Psychology!
The Leverhulme Doctoral Training Programme (DTP) for the Ecological Study of the Brain will train the next generation of scientists. Together with other researchers from UCL, our very own Prof Gabriella Vigliocco and Dr Hugo Spiers will be directing the programme.
Congratulations to Leo Weiss-Cohen on being awarded a PhD in Experimental Psychology from UCL!
The Affective Brain Lab has just launched their own Facebook page! Give them a 'Like' for updates and live streamed talks.
Can computers improve the districting process? A new data science project by Olivia Guest, Frank J. Kanayet and Brad Love investigates if computational model can prevent gerrymandering.
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".