Events

The DART research group brings together behavioural scientists and practitioners whose primary research focuses on decision-making, attitudes, risk and thinking.

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Past Events

17

MAR

VACCINATION DECISIONS AT WORK: HOW CAN WE IMPROVE FLU VACCINE UPTAKE FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS

HOSTED: DART RESEARCH GROUP @ BUSINESS SCHOOL KINGSTON, LONDON, UK

2016
26

SEPT

LEVELS OF ENGAGEMENT WITH VACCINATION IMPACTS RISK PERCEPTION AND VACCINATION DECISIONS IN HEALTHCARE WORKERS

CHAIR: Prof Gaëlle Vallée-Tourangeau @ Mérieux Conference Center, France

06

AUG

Does interactivity help or inhibit transfer? The role of transfer and material interaction in insight problem solving

SPEAKER: NIYAT HENOK @ BROWN UNIVERSITY, RI, USA

29

JUNE

The role of transfer and material interaction in insight problem solving

POSTER: NIYAT HENOK @ KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, LDN, UK

29

JUNE

Framing volte-face: The description-experience gap in risky choice framing

SPEAKER: GAELLE VALLEE-TOURANGEAU @ KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, LONDON, UK

28

JUNE

When are severe outcomes more probable?

SPEAKER: EGLE BUTT @ UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK, COVENTRY, UK

25

APRIL

Digital decisions – understanding behaviours to foster a safer cyber environment

HOSTED: DART RESEARCH GROUP @ BUSINESS SCHOOL KINGSTON, LONDON, UK

2015
23

JULY

Can priming intuitions about the logic of sets promote logical evaluations of conjunctive probability judgments?

POSTER: GAELLE VALLEE-TOURANGEAU

Conflict Sensitivity and the Conjunction Fallacy: Eye-tracking Evidence for Logical Intuitions in Conjunction Probability Judgments.

POSTER: GAELLE VALLEE-TOURANGEAU