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(In order of recent to oldest)
8th December 2016 - David Rand dicussed Cooperation is central to successful human societies. But why are people willing to incur the individual costs involved in cooperating? View video
1st December 2016 - Oliver Scott Curry - Research Seminar, Is it good to cooperate? Testing the theory of morality-as-cooperation in 60 societies. Read abstract
10th November 2016 - Cristina Moya - Research Seminar, The evolution and ontogeny of etho-linguistic reasoning. View video
4th November 2016 - Keith Jensen - Research Seminar, The Hyper-cooperative and Hyper-competitive Primate. Read abstract
3rd November 2016 - Baroness Susan Greenfield discusses, A Day in the Life of the Brain: the neuroscience of consciousness from dawn 'til dusk. View podcast
Larry Aber held a talk about Improving children’s learning and development in conflict-affected countries. PBS Research Seminar, View Video or listen to Audio of this event. View page
16th February 2017 - Felix Warnecken, PBS Research Seminars,The Origins of Human Cooperation: Evidence from Children and Chimpanzees
23rd February 2017 - Sam Bowles - Public Lecture, The Moral Economy: Why good incentives are no substitute for good citizens (i.e. Endogenous Preferences and Public Policy)
25th February 2017 - Revolution in the Mind: Reassessing the psychology of rebellion and obedience. Hosted by the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science and LSE Literary Festival, Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building.
Speakers: Patrick Flanery, Professor Alex Haslam, Professor Steve Reicher
Chair: Professor Sandra Jovchelovitch
9th March 2017 - Molly Crockett, PBS Research Seminars,The Price of Principles: Experiments in Moral Decision-Making.
21st March 2017 - Charles Spence, Public Lecture, Gastrophysics – The New Science of Eating
Podcast available here
22nd March 2017 - Learning from Complaints: the benefits to organisations of listening to uncomfortable truths. Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House.
Speakers: Dr Alex Gillespie, Dr Tom Reader.
Chair: Professor Julia Black
23rd March 2017 - Erik Kimbrough, PBS Research Seminars, Kinship, Fractionalization and Corruption.
11th May 2017 - Alison Gopnik - Public Lecture, When children are better (or, at least, more open-minded) learners than adults are: Theory formation, causal models, and the evolution of learning.
1st June 2017- Hartmut Rosa, PBS Research Seminars, Awaiting title.
12th January 2017 - Cath Haslam, PBS Research Seminars, The social self and health: The neglected link to successful ageing
26th January 2017 - Adrian Furnham, PBS Research Seminars, The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories
30th November 2016 - Dr Chris Tennant, LSE and Dr Sally Stares, City University, PUS Seminar, Driverless cars and the public: collision or collaboration? Read more
17th November 2016 - Liam Delaney - Research Seminar, Self-control, present bias, and well-being: evidence from day reconstruction studies Read abstract
13th October 2016 - A one day symposium was held in partnership with http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/faculty/J._Lawrence_Aber Goldsmiths Universiry of London for a photovoice exhibition (as part of the Race in the Academy research project). View Photovoice video
12th October 2016 - Chris Tennant did a talk on Autonomous vehicles: negotiating a place on the road”
At the London Transport Museum. The event was titled ‘The future of mobility’ and was hosted by Goodyear Tyres.
We are presenting the results of our research project which particularly focusses on how existing drivers will respond to the emergence of autonomous vehicles on the road.
[Seminars with video please refer to top of this tab under the heading "Media"]