New approaches to working with refugees

Positive Psychology Intervention and assessment of  emotion recognition in refugee children in Greece (July 2017)


Scientific exchanges with people outside academia

Pint of Science, London (May, 2017) 

Science Museum, London (Nov-Dec, 2015) Residency with the “Who am I?” exhibition. We spent two months working with Science Museum visitors to measure how people make eye contact. See some of the publications arising from this here and here.

Royal Institution, London (Oct, 2014) Science at the museum:

Royal Institution, London (Mar, 2014) Developed and delivered a 6 week course on Psychology.

Brain Detectives (July 2013). One week of introducing children (ages 6-14) to science via the use of games in collaboration with Dr Liz Pellicano at the Institute of Education.


In the news

For Coutrot et al. (JoV, 2016)

  • Covered in over 30 media outlets


For Binetti et al. (Proc Roy Soc Open Science, 2016)

  • Featured as a highlight in Science
  • Covered in over 30 media outlets


For Mareschal, Calder & Clifford (Current Biology, 2013)

ABC Sunshine Coast; ABC Bundaberg; ABC Newcastle; 2SER; ABC Melbourne; ABC Radio Digital& Online

The University of Sydney Website News: “More than 30,000 people around the world have read about the School of Psychology’s research into people's perceptions of staring. The 9 April story is now the most viewed news story ever on the University's website, thanks largely to visitors from social media channels such as reddit where links to the story were posted”


For Mareschal & Clifford (PNAS, 2012)

ABC Sunshine Coast; 2UE Sydney