About

I’m a cognitive psychologist, writer, and exhibition developer at the science museum in 52° 22′ N / 4° 55′ E.  I have a BSc Honours Degree in Psychology from UCL and a PhD from the VU University Amsterdam. I’m a lover of illusions, quirky design, and that blurry edge where science & art meet.

Perception and the workings of the mind fascinate me.  Diana_blog_pic_med

This blog is a collection of what inspires me,  makes me smile,  makes me wonder. A place to share my passions,  likes, dislikes, and probably all things in between.

Keep a playful mind,

Diana Issidorides

4 Responses to “About”

  1. Tyler Rhodes Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 05:19 #

    Hello there! I wasn’t sure where to leave this, but I recently saw you left a comment on my evolution animation blog and noticed you were a psychologist! I haven’t really written about it on my blog, but the ‘evolving’ game that I use to get the drawings has interesting psychological effects on the participants, especially children, so I have some amusing anecdotes and observations if you were interested in hearing them. You can reach me at tylerrhodesart (at) gmail.com if you’d like, thanks!

    • Diana Issidorides Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 00:28 #

      Yes, I enjoyed the animation from the kids drawings very much…

      • Masayoshi Shigemori Sunday, June 2, 2013 at 04:11 #

        I love hands-on about cognitive psychology including illusion. I’ll visit NEMO on 25th June. I’m looking forward to exhibitions there. I’m developing Psychology Museum on web in Japan as a committee of Japanese Society of Psychology.

  2. M. L. Kappa Friday, June 10, 2016 at 21:57 #

    Hi again! Here I am, and will explore…

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