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Behaviour, Brain & Society GRP Events and Activities

Our events and activities are bought to you by a range interdisciplinary research groups and researchers. Our aim is to bring you thought-provoking events and activities that capture the broad range of influence Behavioural Science has across all aspects of life. From how financial decisions are made by investors make, the economic and political issues surrounding climate change and how science has shaped artists' perception of the world.

Our Events Calendar

Previous Events
COPR & CJC Seminar: Policing & Trauma


When: Friday 15th September 2023 11:00 - 13:00.
Where: MS.03 Zeeman Building (Maths), University of Warwick / or Microsoft Teams.
Registration Information: Please RSVP for in-person or remote attendance.
If you would like to make Simon aware of any dietary or accessibility requirements, please include this information in your RSVP email.
Event Information: 
You are warmly invited to attend a joint Centre for Operational Police ResearchLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window and Criminal Justice CentreLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window seminar, discussing perspectives around policing & trauma. It explores the complex emotions in the labour of police officers in the UK and seeks to put academic researchers in conversation with police practitioners.
Questions to be covered in the seminar include: How do police officers navigate emotional boundaries in their work and in their engagements with those they police? And how far are police forces becoming trauma-aware?
This seminar is the first in a series organised as part of the Vulnerable StateLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window project and is open to all - please share this invitation far and wide across your networks.


In-person attendees are warmly invited to join us for lunch afterwards (please specify dietary requirements in your RSVP email if attending in person).



  • Dr. Karen Lumsden (University of Aberdeen) & Dr. Alex Black (Sheffield Hallam University)
  • Inspector Tony Eustace (West Midlands Police) & Sergeant Matt Manwaring (West Midlands Police).
Behavioural Economics Reading Group 2022

Alternate Mondays from January 2022

This group will cover academic papers in topics including, but not limited to, behavioural and empirical economics, cognition,

decision making, marketing, and organizational behaviour.

If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please reply to this email directly or contact Ceren Bengu Cibik

( or contact our GRP Administrator at

Information regarding further seminars will be included here from January 2022.

PhD Professional Development Series 2022

Alternate Mondays from January 2022

These events focus on specific topics with speakers from WBS Faculty invited to share their experiences with PhDs.

Information regarding further seminars will be included here from January 2022