A shore thing…
Tomorrow, I'm off to the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society's Psychobiology Section, on the shores of Lake Windermere. I try to get round as many of our Member Network conferences as our busy production schedule allows, and now that we have a full-time Deputy Editor I'm hoping to do this more. But there's certainly something about Psychobiology that seems to guarantee a stimulating time and keeps me coming back. It's an area we don't tend to cover in other ways, the quality of the conversations and keynotes are always first class, and the surroundings don't hurt either…
Here, we collate some links to reports and interviews from the past couple of years.
What a wonderful world
Coverage from the 2017 event
'There's this conspiracy of silence around how science really works'
An interview with Marcus Munafo
'Imagine the brave new world… these are small psychological interventions capable of big effects'
An interview with Kavita Vedhara
The puppeteers under our noses
Coverage from the 2018 event
'It's an intriguing world that is opening up'
An interview with Sarah Garfinkel
More than a gut feeling
A keynote from John F. Cryan
Find more in our archive, including Section symposia from other conferences…
This year, I'm hoping to speak to keynotes Louise Dye and Stephany Biello. Watch this space!
Update: Coverage of this year's event, 'From Alcohol to Zebra fish in the Lakes'
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