We are more aware of how “unconscious" biases work than ever before, says neuroscientist Lasana Harris – and we can use our conscious brains to override them.
Prof. David Lagnado talks about counterfactual reasoning in times of Covid-19 in the latest "Changing Minds" webinar.
Nichola Raihani discusses what makes individuals invest in helping others and how has covid-19 changed cooperation in our society in this "Changing Minds" webinar.
The first session of "Changing Minds" webinar series hosted by Prof. Joe Devlin features Prof. Anna Cox (UCL Interaction Centre) with a talk on "The Psychology of Successfully Working from Home".
Research by Daniel Richardson and Joe Devlin finds that cinemagoers experience the same health benefits as taking a light cardio exercise.
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.
Dr Jenni Rodd shares her tips and tricks.
Peter Riefer and Bradley Love on their new research paper in "Nature Human Behaviour"
Jeremy Skipper and Joe Devlin received UCL Global Engagement Fund awards
A Sam Schwarzkopf blog post
The analysis of data from the hugely popular Sea Hero Quest game will be supported by the ARUK grant