Ardagh, R. & Jiga-Boy, G.M. (2019). Forme ≠2: Curses. New North Press: London (http://new-north-press.co.uk/product/forme-02/)
Ardagh, R. & Jiga-Boy, G.M. (21 Sep. 2019). ‘Art Lesson’ class. The Saturday School (http://thesaturdayschool.org), a The New York Times x Atlas Obscura collaboration
Jiga-Boy, G.M. (27 Feb. 2017). The Philosopher’s Arms, BBC Radio 4. Producer: David Edwards
Jiga-Boy, G.M. (2016) Pardon my French: The effects of swearing on the speaker. Debate. British Science Festival, Swansea University, UK.
Jiga-Boy, G.M. (26 Nov. 2014) Looking beyond obvious reasons for our behaviour. Invited speaker at Swansea University Women’s Society
Jiga-Boy, G.M. (13 Jan. 2014) Looking beyond obvious reasons for our behaviour. Western Mail
Jiga-Boy, G.M., Chambers, C. & Henderson, M. (29 Jan. 2013) BBC Science café. BBC Wales.
Jiga-Boy, G.M. Deadline I. Frieze d/e, Issue 7, 2012, pp. 28-29.
Featured in: Herbert, W. (May/June 2011). Looming deadlines: How the pressure of a due date distorts our perception of time. Scientific American Mind.
Invited presentation, lecture or conferences;
Back to the future: Can mindfulness modulate future-oriented emotions?
2019 March, Cardiff University, Department of Psychology
(Don’t) Fear the future: When mindfulness fosters concrete futures, but less intense emotions
2017 October, University College London, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
Mindful decision marking? When and how do we use information adaptively?
2015 March, University of Exeter, Social Psychology Group
Adapted decision making: When time, emotions, and values help improve our decisions
2014 January, Plymouth University, UK