Behavioural Science Uncovered is a podcast about behavioural science research with a particular focus on the research process. We talk with researchers about the story behind their papers and how the papers evolved before they were circulated. It is run by graduate students and faculty from the University of Oxford.

Why this podcast?

The research community for better or worse puts a lot of emphasis on research outputs. Most of what we learn is from reading polished papers. What we rarely get to learn about is the construction of knowledge, the production process of research, and the various obstacles that arise when trying to bring an idea to life.

This podcast is an effort to fill this gap. We hope you will join us in this enterprise to document the research process. So we all learn more about each other, as a community.