I'm a professor of organisational behaviour at Kingston Business School. I'm the director of the Decisions, Attitudes, Risk and Thinking research group and the Director of research for the Department of Management. I study judgement, decision-making, thinking and reasoning in and out of the lab. I co-edit the official SJDM blog with Laura Scherer.
Research from the SysCog lab was showcased at the 39th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society held in London in July 2017. Emma Henderson presented her work on interactivity and planning and Fred presented a paper on insight problem solving and ego depletion. Planning in Action: Interactivity Improves Planning Performance Emma Henderson, Gaëlle Vallée-Tourangeau, […]
The first edition of the Systemic Cognition symposium took place at the Kingston Business School on Tuesday July 25 2017. The symposium was co-organized by the Systemic Cognition lab (https://syscoglab.com/, Department of Psychology) and the Decisions, Attitudes, Risk and Thinking research group (https://dartresearch.org/, Department of Management). The symposium explored the theoretical and methodological challenges arising […]
The second edition of Cognition Beyond the Brain is coming out soon with new chapters from Gaëlle Vallée-Tourangeau (Systemic Thinking Model), Jens Koed Madsen (Multi-scalar Temporal Cognition), Alex Aston (Cognition Ecology and the Paris Commune), Kare Poulsgaard and Lambros Malafouris (Models, Mathematics and Materials in Digital Architecture).