Our commitments and research go beyond science communication. Our own research tests and evaluates new ways to develop reciprocal exchanges between science and other sectors. We offer new experimental platforms for testing engagement strategies, and currently run projects with museums, galleries, tech and retail industry, and new media.

CogSci 2020 presentation

Our paper “Social influence and informational independence” will be presented as a poster at the CogSci 2020 conference. A preprint of the paper is available at https://osf.io/9pmqy/ Abstract: We frequently use social information when making decisions. For instance, other people...

New paper: Coordinating attention requires coordinated senses

Battich, L., Fairhurst, M., & Deroy, O. (2020). Coordinating attention requires coordinated senses. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13423-020-01766-z There is more to joint attention than meets the eye! Playing tennis, singing together, ordering a cake: we effortlessly coordinate each other’s...