PI: Dr Samuel Chng (LKYCIC, SUTD)

The Urban Psychology Lab uses psychology and scientific research to understand behavioural phenomena in cities and to develop innovative human-centered strategies to addressing them. The lab uses a combination of field experiments, data analytics and action research to deliver theoretically grounded but actionable insights. Since the lab was started in September 2020, it has partnered with government agencies and non-governmental organisations to research on pertinent challenges in our cities today. The current research focuses on the intersections of mobility, health and sustainability in cities.

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