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This was recorded in October 2020, as part of Black History Month, and then I immediately caught COVID and was off the radar for several weeks. What Works will be getting back out there as life returns to normal, and in the meantime please enjoy this discussion with George Joseph (https://www.ucl.ac.uk/pals/research/experimental-psychology/person/george-joseph/)
Sophie Scott from UCL PALS talks to Gabriella Vigliocco about her life and research, and her interest in science fiction, and being a scientist parent.
John is a pioneer of cognitive theories that explain and predict behaviour. His model of word recognition, the logogen model, has been enduringly influential.
A discussion about life and science and careers with Dr Lasana Harris from UCL's Dept of Experimental Psychology
A discussion with Prof Valerie Hazan
An interview with Professor Essi Viding
A UCL PALS podcast in which Sophie Scott discusses life and science with Tim Shallice, a key figure in cognitive neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience.
UCL PALS' Professor Patrick Haggard talks about life, family, science and academia with Professor Sophie Scott
Sophie Scott talks to her colleague Prof Antonia Hamilton about Antonia's life and career in science, and her experiences developing her own lab