In the media
Members of the group have been interviewed about their research for articles in publications such as The Guardian, Stylist Magazine and Mente & Cervello (Mind and Brain, Italy).
Alexandra was also interviewed for the Guardian’s award winning science podcast “Science Weekly”, as a contributor to an episode exploring the development of colour vision in human babies and the neuroscience and psychology that underpins it:
- “What can babies see?”, Science Weekly, 2017
She has also recently contributed to a Guardian virtual reality project charting the first year of life:
- “Virtual Impressions: The First Year of Life”, Guardian Virtual Reality, 2017
And to two television programmes featuring research conducted at the Surrey Baby Lab:
- Story House Productions, ZDF Television, Germany, “The Magic of Colours”, 2015
- BBC Horizon, “Do You See What I See?”, 2011
Harriet Tenenbaum was interviewed by theTimes, Time magazine, the Daily Mail, and the New York Times for her work on emotion and gender with Dr Ana Aznar.
Press release: Mothers nurture emotions in girls over boys, new study finds
A new study published today in The British Journal of Developmental Psychology has found that conversations mothers have with their daughters tend to contain more emotional words and content, than the conversations they have with their sons.
- Why girls feel more emotion than boys, the Times, 13th November 2014
- Mothers Talk Differently to Daughters than Sons: Study, Time Magazine, 13th Novemeber 2014
- Mummy's chats prepare girls better for work: Study finds mothers use more emotive language when talking to their daughters than their sons the Daily Mail, 3th Novemeber 2014
- The fear of having a son the New York Times, 14th October 2016
Naomi Winstone has written invited articles for the BBC and the Times Higher:
- Nash, R.A., & Winstone, N.E. (2017). Why even the best feedback can bring out the worst in us. BBC Future.
- Winstone, N.E., & Nash, R.A. (2016). Route mastery: can we turn student feedback into a two-way street?Times Higher Education, 2275, 26-27