Our group is involved in a number of seminar series, talks and events.
A weekly event where PhDs and Postdoctoral students meet to discuss research. This provides an informal forum to discuss research, read new papers, get feedback and discuss our results.
Time: Thursdays, 17:45
Location: Room 1.0007, Warwick Business School
For more information, get in touch with Lara Vomfell
The DR@W group focuses on empirical, theoretical and data-driven research into decision making. The group involves researchers from across Warwick and is funded by the Behaviour, Brain and Society GRP.
The DR@W forum is a weekly seminar series for the presentation and discussion of research findings and theoretical concepts in decision making science and policy.
Time: Thursdays, 14:15 - 15:45
Location: Warwick Business School
The summit is focused on behavioural science research. Each year we invite speakers from diverse backgrounds in academia, governmental institutions and industrial companies to discuss their work.
The aim of the summit is to bridge the gap between academics and professionals, the public and private sectors.
Details on the 2020 summit coming soon.
Each year, we hold a four-day summer school for undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in behavioural science. Each year, we invite key speakers to discuss their research and run workshops with our attendees based around a certain theme.
Previous themes have been:
- Climate change and behaviour
- The economics of wellbeing
- Social choice and ethics
- Medical and ethical decision making
See below for information about previous summer schools.