Adam Harris talks about potential negative side effects of introducing an opt-out organ donation system on the Jeremy Vine show.
Differences in social status and political belief increase paranoid interpretations of other people’s actions, finds a new UCL experimental study led by Prof. Nichola Raihani.
Feeling stressed or anxious makes people more able to process and internalise bad news, finds a new study led by Prof. Tali Sharot.
Congratulations to all staff members who have been awarded a promotion in this year's UCL promotions round.
Head of Department Dr Joseph Devlin takes up new position as Vice Dean of UCL Enterprise.
Joe Devlin, Head of Experimental Psychology and Vice-Dean (Enterprise) at UCL, teamed up with Audible to help them discover more about their listeners.
Massive congratulations to our PhD Student Adam Hornsby on receiving the Data IQ New Talent Award 2018!
Rosalind Potts is interviewed by NBC news about the mental tricks that can actually help make memories stick.
Daniel Richardson explains why there’s more to chanting than just hurling abuse at the other team.
New study led by Josep Devlin finds that audiobooks outdo films in emotional engagement.
"Human Spatial Navigation", co-authored by Hugo Spiers, is the first book to comprehensively explore the cognitive foundations of human spatial navigation.
Jorina von Zimmermann and Daniel Richardson take us from fireflies to military parades in their latest article in "The Psychologist".