DART Seminars

Invited guests, staff, and students present current research in decision making and judgment in our seminar series. The emphasis of our seminar series is on the individual, social and physical influences on decisions, risk judgements, thinking and creative problem-solving.

2018-2019 Schedule

Day, time, and place: Wednesdays, 11:30 – 12:30, Kingston Business School (KT2 7LB) unless specified otherwise.


Date Time Room Speaker Topic
Wednesday 03‑Oct‑2018 11:30 KHBS 3022 Dr. Ulrike Fasbender, Birkbeck, University of London What Makes Intergenerational Relations Successful at Work?
Monday 05‑Nov‑2018 13:00 JG2004
(Penrhyn Campus)
Margaret Webb, University of Melbourne, Australia Exploring feelings of insight
Friday 25‑Jan‑2019 12:00 KHBS 1006 Dr. Yasmina Okan, Leeds University Business School Cervical cancer risk communication
Thursday 21‑Feb‑2019 11:30 KHBS 2025 Dr. Amélie Gourdon-Kanhukamwe,  Kingston Business School It’s time to break up with SPSS!
Thursday 09‑May‑2019 11:30 KHBS 2038 Dr. Evy Sakellario, Kingston Business School Video for market-oriented ethnographies in NPD
Thursday 16‑May‑2019 11:30 KHBS 3024 Dr. Anna Paolillo, Kingston Business School Subjective Risk Intelligence Scale

2017-2018 Schedule

Day and times: Wednesdays, 11:00 – 12:00

Date Time Room Speaker Topic
24‑Oct‑2017 11:00 BS1006 Dr Karen Hauge, University of Oslo The Good, the Bad, and the Conditional: Sorting and Dynamics in a Public Good Game with Endogenous Group Formation
15‑Nov‑2017 11:00 BS00026 Prof Jacob Lund Orquin, Aarhus University Implicit Statistical Learning in Real-World Environments Leads to Ecologically Rational Decision Making
06‑Dec‑2017 11:00 BS1006 Dr Rachel Carey, University College London The Behaviour Change Wheel: a framework for intervention design with ‘real-world’ applications.
10‑Jan‑2018 11:00 BS1006 Valeria Burdea, University of Nottingham Cheap talk and evidence: an experiment
25‑Apr‑2018 11:00 BS3035 Prof. Dame Theresa Marteau, University of Cambridge Public Acceptability of Behaviour Change Interventions
11:00 BS3036 Dr Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, University of Amsterdam  Theory and Practice of Bayesian Hypothesis Testing: A JASP Workshop