Seamus & Gerry meet in their local pub for a weekly pint to discuss all that is right and wrong in the world. Inspired by a newspaper article they come upon big ideas in psychology and neuroscience with a large splash of humour and banter. Drawing on real-life examples, they explore the relevance of psychology research within the context of their own lives, ultimately realising that science is everywhere around them…
Martin O’Neill from the University of Oxford Department of Experimental Psychology uses humour to highlight exciting developments in psychology and neuroscience in this short play.
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Start Time: 19:00
End Time: 20:00