26 May 2016
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
Author Rebecca Asher explores the stereotypes that influence men’s behaviour and what can be done to change them – for the benefit of us all.
05 May 2016
Journalist and writer Lynsey Hanley explores why class is still so central to the experience of living in Britain today.
07 Apr 2016
Great Room Auditorium, RSA House
Harvard psychologist Susan David reveals how we can become more aware of our emotional nature, learn to face difficult feelings, and embrace change in work and life.
24 Mar 2016
Professor Guy Claxton draws on the latest advances in neuroscience and psychology to challenge the contemporary view of what it means to be intelligent.
10 Mar 2016
Child psychologist and writer Oliver James shares his new findings on the nature-nurture debate.
01 Oct 2015
Renowned behavioural scientist and No 10 'nudge' guru David Halpern discusses how minor tweaks can have a huge effect in the world of decision-making.
16 Jul 2015
We are becoming increasingly bombarded with ‘ideas’. But are there other ways of knowing that could enable us to experience the world more richly? Writer and philosopher Robert Rowland Smith investigates.
19 May 2015
Co-director of the 2015 World Development Report, Varun Gauri argues that development policy and assistance is due for a re-design, based on a more realistic understanding of how human beings think and behave.
29 Apr 2015
RSA Screens: Join us for a preview screening from Channel 4 Dispatches and film director Alison Millar focusing on families and mental health and the impact of public spending cuts.
05 Mar 2015
RSA House, London
How can we better understand the impact trauma has on individuals and communities? Writer and researcher Dr Daniela F. Sieff visits the RSA to explore the dynamics of trauma, and how it can best be understood and transformed.
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