Sacrificing one life to save others – research shows psychopaths’ greater force for ‘greater good’
New research from the School of Psychology shows that people would sacrifice one person to save a larger group of people – and in addition, the force with which they carry out these actions could be predicted by psychopathic traits.
Improving body image through novel new tool
A team of artists and scientists – including PhD students from the University of Plymouth – has won a competition to develop a tool that positively and creatively influences a person’s perception of their own body.
Off the Lip 2017
What's on at Plymouth University: Off the Lip 2017 - Cognitive Innovation and Displacement. Plymouth University, 16-18 August 2017.
The neuroscience of creative ideation
What's on at Plymouth University: The neuroscience of creative ideation. CogNovo research seminar. Plymouth University, 27 February 2017.
Study shows that people switch their morality in the heat of the moment
Plymouth University news: Virtual reality technology could show how a person would really behave in a morally difficult situation – despite what he or she might claim on paper, according to new research.
What's on at Plymouth University: Cognitive Innovation - How creative is your business? Plymouth University, 29 April 2015.
Can Machines Play?
What's on at Plymouth University: Can Machines Play? Lecture by Michael Straeubig, CogNovo Fellow. Plymouth University, 19 January 2015.
CogNovo Research Seminars
What's on at Plymouth University: CogNovo Research Seminars. A forum for both external and internal speakers to present CogNovo related research. Plymouth University, various dates.