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Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab

Department of Psychology

Studying at Cambridge

 

Radio & Interviews

Recent Radio & Interviews

European Skeptics Podcast - On Bad News and Prebunking

ABC World Today - Can fake news be vaccinated?

BBC World Service - Could a game ‘vaccinate’ people against fake news?

BBC World Service - Take-up of vaccines around the world

BBC Cambridge - Psychology of the anti-vax movement

The Alan Carter Show - Psychology of Conspiracy Theories

BBC The Why Factor - Why is climate change so politicised?

BBC World Service - Fake News & WhatsApp

BBC World Service - Fake News

BBC World Service - Climate Summit: What Stops Us From Acting?

Newstalk Ireland - Fake News

BBC Radio 4 - Online helping & Altruism

The Naked Scientists - Psychology of Being a Fan

NPR Weekend Edition - Fake News

Sage Social Science Bites - Viral Altruism

BBC World Update - Fake News Game

CBC Quirks & Quarks - Fake News Game

The Naked Scientists - Fake News Game

BBC World Service - Psychology of Crowds

BBC Cambridge/The Naked Scientists - Social Media: Bad for our Brains?

NPR's Science Friday - Immunity Against Fake News

BBC/The Naked Scientists - Altruism in Humans: Are We Unique?

BBC/The Naked Scientists - Making Goodwill Go Viral

BBC World Service - Fake News Vaccine

Science(ish) - Orwell's 1984 (Psychology of Being Watched)

Cambridge 105 Radio - Cambridge Minds (Interview)

BBC Radio 4 - The Cumbrian Floods: Could it Make Us Greener?

NPR On-Point - Behavioral Incentives and Sustainability

KPFT 90.1 - Partisan Gridlock (Psychology of Conspiracy Theories)