Good spatial skills are very important for our every-day life, from finding our way around the city to assembling flat-packed furniture. Furthermore, good spatial skills have been linked to success in the STEM (Science...Read More
The Psychological sciences (and many other disciplines as well) are suffering a so called “replication” crisis. The problem is that many reported scientific findings do not replicate when other research groups try to redo the...Read More
Understanding why some children naturally excel at school while others struggle – and working out what to do about it – is a major goal in many areas of research. Previous studies have shown that genetics plays a big role in...Read More
LESIG Working Group
Working Group on Legal, Ethical and Societal Implications of Genetics (LESIG) was established by TAGC and InLab, Goldsmiths, University of London, and the Institute of Law and Ethics at ICRHD (International Centre for Research in Human Development).