Laurie Parma

Researcher at Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

Researcher, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

Laurie Parma is a Researcher in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge. She is currently part of a project with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative researching the link between well-being and biodiversity. This has led to the development of a new app called NatureBuzz, which captures the well-being of users and their environment. She is also interested in behavioural economics, and developing well-being guidance.

Laurie holds an MSc in Neuroscience, and a BSc in Biology, both from the University of Bordeaux. Her research has previously focused on how yoga benefits physical and mental health and wellbeing, which included leading one of the largest studies on the subject.

  • 6 June 2017, 5:30pm

    Dr S T Lee Public Policy Lecture: Geoff Mulgan, Nesta

    This lecture will present examples of how the world could be more collectively intelligent about collective intelligence, and how we might avoid a widening gap between the technical achievements of artificial machine intelligence, and the actual intelligence of the systems on which our lives depend.