Sunday 15 March 2020

Dr Ian Tyndall - Part 2

Season 3 Episode 22

It's Part 2 of my conversation with Dr Ian Tyndall. He's a cognitive-behavioural psychologist at the University of Chichester and is the head honcho of the Functional Behavioural Science Laboratory. In part two we delve into Ian’s research – we cover ostracism, SMART brain training for kids and adults which is fabulous work with enormous potential. It was also the subject of research by Dr Shane Mccloughlin who I'm hoping will be a future guest.

There is such a breadth of content here as Ian goes on to reflect on measures in contextual behavioural science, some research exploring the experience of homeless people in Milan and their current work looking at the rise in sexually transmitted infection in the over 45s. Ian and his collaborators truly impact on society. He even makes reference to two films – There’s something about Mary and The Mask. And to top it all – there’s a cracking takeaway.




You can follow Ian on twitter here. 
You can find out more about the University of Chichester, Psychology Department here and follow them on twitter here.

The Link to the work of Dr Brian Roche and Dr Sarah Cassidy is at

You can find out more about ostracism and the work of Dr Daniel Waldeck here.

You can find out more about Dr Shane McLoughlin here


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