Pete Lunn, head of the ESRI’s Behavioural Research Unit and advisor to NPHET, has been telling us fascinating things about our behaviour during the pandemic for the last year and a half. Were we compliant with regulations or willing to break them? How did we view this difficult period, and individual and community responses to it? How did we compare to other countries? Are we better or worse than we think we are under conditions of considerable pressure? In conversation with Katie Hannon of RTÉ.
The seating of this event is arranged in socially distant pods of two persons known to each other. Unfortunately due to extremely limited capacity we are unable to accommodate single bookings at this time.
This talk will be recorded and available on GIAF platforms to watch or listen at a later date.
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