DescriptionBoth social psychologists and pedestrian modellers can offer important knowledge about collective behaviour, yet their collaboration is limited. When collaboration does occur, interdisciplinary research teams face challenges such as boiling down complex theory into manageable code, designing experiments that can inform the creation and testing of models, and ensuring the work produced meets the conventional standards of each research field. In this talk, I set out ways interdisciplinary teams can work together to harness theoretical and methodological knowledge in social psychology and pedestrian modelling to create evidence-based models and advance our knowledge of collective behaviour.
|Period||29 Nov 2021|
|Event title||Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics Conference 2021|
|Degree of Recognition||International|