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Events

Our group is involved in a number of seminar series, talks and events.

All of our events are open to the Warwick community. Please see below for more information.
Update: All our events are currently running online, in accordance with new public health guidelines. Please contact the organiser for confirmation whether the event is still running and to obtain links to join

Behavioural Science Research Hour

Brown Bag Series

DR@W Forum

Lab Meetings

WBIT Summit

WBS Summer School

Events
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Behavioural Science Research Hour

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: Tuesdays, 14:00 UK time

Location: Microsoft Teams

For more information, get in touch with Lara Vomfell

Brown Bag Series

Our Behavioural Science Group hold regular lunch-time Brown Bag sessions. This is an opportunity for our postgraduate students to present their research providing useful opportunity for practicing both presentation and responding to questions in a supportive environment.

Time: Alternate Mondays, 13.00 UK time

Upcoming dates:

26th October

Elettra Latini "The effects of total sleep deprivation on decision-making processes"

9th November

Lara Vomfell "Robust Bayesian Inference for Discrete Outcomes with the Total Variation Distance”

Juliane Wiese "Behaviour change mechanisms in Thailand study"

23rd November

Junyang Guo "Portfolio return and propensity of buying new stocks" and "Inferred conscientiousness from a large transactional dataset"

7th December

Marc Phelan "The Effects of Wealth Dynamics on Time-optimal Decision-making"

18th January

Fabian Gunzinger "Machine-learned Behaviour Traits”

1st February

Zijing Yang “Medical decision making under uncertainty: Effects of risk preference, tolerance of uncertainty and regret attitude on physician’s surgical decisions.”

15th February

Juliane Wiese "Belief in a just world and COVID-19 vaccine scepticism in response to public health messages”

1st March

15th March

29th March

12th April

26th April

10th May

Location: Microsoft Teams

PhD Professional Development Series

These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs. They are held on Mondays alternating with the Brown Bag sessions, between 1300 and 1400 UK time. There will be time for questions at the end, but if you have any questions beforehand, please send them to BehaviouralScience@wbs.ac.uk so that we can pass these onto the speaker(s) who will try to cover them in their presentation.

16 November 2020 The Job Market - Prof. Nick Powdthavee, Dr. Redzo Mujcic, Dr. Tim Mullett and Dr. Despoina Alempaki

30 November 2020 How to Spot a Good Research Project - Prof. Nick Chater.

14 December 2020 How to Design and Conduct a Good Experiment - Prof. Daniel Read

11 January 2021 Publishing - Prof. Neil Stewart & Prof. Nick Lee

25 January 2021 Writing a good introduction, good writing/storytelling - Dr. Hossam Zeitoun

8 February 2021 Data File Management and Backup - Ty Hayes

22 February 2021 Research including both a quant and qual approach - Dr. Saval Khanal

Decision Research at Warwick Forum (DR@W)

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 UK time

Location: Warwick Business School

Lab Meeting

Nick Chater convenes a weekly meeting during term time to discuss current research among the participants and ideals for future directions.

WBIT Summit

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.

This event has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

WBS Summer School

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

WBS Summer School 2020 was cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic

See below for information about previous summer schools.