Hannah completed a conversion MSc in Psychology at Brunel University, having taken her undergraduate degree at Cambridge in English Literature. With several years’ experience working in business (finance and insurance), her particular interests lie in applying cognitive psychology to decision-making and its application in consumerism and the workplace.
The Banned Wagon: Are Bans the Best Way to Solve the Plastic Problem?
Banning straws may be a good way to reduce our impact on the environment, but it is important to be cautious of the long-term behavioral repercussions.
A Brain-Changer: How Stress Redesigns our Decision-Making
Workplace stress is commonplace, but research shows the damaging effect it can have on our long-term decision making and goal seeking behavior.
Three Thought Patterns That Let Advertisers Influence You on Social Media
How (and and to what end) might advertisers be aiming to manipulate us on social media?