I am David Lewis-Hodgson, photojournalist turned clinical psychologist, neuroscientist, and author. AMA
Hi. I am David Lewis-Hodgson. Throughout the 60s I was working as photojournalist, documenting the lives of Britons. My journey put me in interesting crazy situations. After being asked to talk about my experiences as photojournalist, I went through my extensive archive of negatives and pictures, which resulted in me self-publing "The Way It was".
In 1978 I went back to the University of Westminster to study clinic psychology & neuroscience with a focus on anxiety, stress, and phobias. After that I went to the university of Sussex to undertake research for my doctorate.
After I received my doctorate in 1984, I started lecturing at the University of Sussex and got a post doctorate-qualification in neuroscience. In the meantime I I've set up two charities to combat anxiety and phobias.
Parallel to lecturing, I was researching on how the brain responds to various stimuli, which lead me to dive into marketing in order to collect data how people respond to 30 seconds commercials. One thing led to the other and I ended up starting Mindlab which was the first Neuromarketing agency of its kind.
This is my humble journey. Ask me anything.
EDIT: We are not doing a livestream asking the questions below and expanding on some of the answers given here. https://www.facebook.com/TheWayITWasUK/videos/355038671647591/