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Neuroscience and policy

Cambridge Neuroscience graduate student, informs policymakers about using our understanding of human behaviour to encourage individuals to make better long-term decisions.

Laura Haynes, a University of Cambridge PhD candidate in Behavioural Economics at the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute undertook a research fellowship at the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST), funded by the British Psychological Society, and wrote the POST report on delaying gratification. To read the full University of Cambridge news article, released on the 20th March, please click here.

Posted on 25/03/2009

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