Take part in DART research!

Members of the DART research group regularly conducts behavioural science studies and experiments to better understand how individuals and professionals make decisions, perceive and communicate risks, and innovate to solve problems and to find out how we can improve people’s ability to achieve better outcomes for themselves, at work, and in the wider society.

If you would like to learn about our work and be invited to take part in our studies, you can register your details here. When we run a new study, we will send you an email giving you information about the study and details about what you need to do to participate. Some studies will take place online while others will take place at the Kingston Business School (KT2 7LB).

Thank you for your interest and support!

Behavioural Science at Work: Pre-workshop activity

In preparation of our upcoming workshop on behavioural science at work, there are a couple of things you could do:

  • Watch this short introduction about behavioural science:
  • Prepare an answer to the following questions:
    • What is behavioural science?
    • Which disciplines does behavioural science on?
    • What is behavioural science aiming to understand?
    • In what ways can behavioural science be beneficial to business, management and human resources?

If you have any particular questions or comments you would like to discuss at the workshop, feel free to leave a message below!

We look forward to seeing you and talk about this in more details!