PhD student Laura Globig on how positive and protective biases can help people adapt to threats like Covid-19.
Dr Lasana Harris talks to Prof Peter Fonagy about creating an inclusive university environment and incorporating diverse contributions to the curriculum.
In this episode, Professor Kate Jeffery speaks about the brain's navigation circuit and how understanding it helped Ikea devise ways to interfere with customers' store navigation.
In this episode of the Changing Minds webinar, Professor Brad Love discusses the potential and pitfalls of big data.
In this "Changing Minds" webinar, Lasana Harris speaks about this new form of social anxiety, how contagious it is, and how best to make walking outside a more pleasant experience again.
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".
A new prep-print co-authored by Prof. David Lagnado discusses behavioural science strategies against the Covid-19 crisis.
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.
Her book debut "Together: How Cooperation Shaped Humankind" will appear in spring 2021 with Jonathan Cape (Penguin).
Congratulations to Nichola Raihani on her Royal Society secondment to work with the BBC!