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Change Room 11 - Mind Games

Change Room 11 - Mind Games

Experiments that play on our minds

Behavioural science is based on data, trials and evidence – often, from experiments.

Experiments seeking to understand how we think and why we behave the way we do.

Dr Fraser Tull and Geoff Paine reproduce some of the most famous (and infamous) behavioural experiments ever conducted. Along the way, we put the audience through some tests and games that reveal we are not the rational beings we’d like to believe.

Mind Games is playful, engaging and comes with a twist – and if if you’re game, you can hear the audio file here

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