I have been involved in two recent collaborative research projects on how decision-makers reflect on Read More
Nature features ‘The Invention of Tomorrow’ as a “best science pick”
The journal Nature has featured our new book “The Invention of Tomorrow: A Natural History of Foresight” as a Read More
New book out now: “The Invention of Tomorrow”!
My new book with Thomas Suddendorf and Jonathan Redshaw, “The Invention of Tomorrow: A Natural History of Foresight” is out Read More
Subjective Time in Dementia – new paper
I am a co-author of a new paper out in the open-access journal Brain Sciences, written together with Lulu Liu Read More
Risks, real and imagined
In a recent article in Nature Aging, Dan Schacter and I comment on a new imagination-based intervention for communicating viral Read More
What is willpower?
George Ainslie is one of the most prolific and influential thinkers working today on questions around self-control, willpower, and intertemporal Read More
“It’s in the bag” – New paper in Evolutionary Human Sciences
We recently published an article in the new fully open access journal “Evolutionary Human Sciences”. Read More
Article in Psyche magazine: Prioritising the present doesn’t mean you lack willpower
I have a new article out in Psyche magazine on the science of self-control. In the article I argue that Read More
The Invention of Tomorrow
I am super excited to announce that I’m working on my first trade book, “The Invention of Tomorrow”, with Thomas Read More
What is imagination?
In the mail last week I was excited to receive the hard copy of “The Cambridge Handbook of the Imagination”. Read More