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In this societal and scientific context, the area of possibility studies concerns itself with the triggers, processes and outcomes of engaging with the possible at a psychological, material, technological, sociocultural and political level. It offers thus a wide, interdisciplinary umbrella for a series of either well-established or more recent fields of research including creativity, innovation, imagination, serendipity, play, counterfactual thinking, the future, anticipation and utopias, among others.

I am treasurer of the Possibility Studies Network and Associate Managing Editor of Possibility Studies and Society. I am working on quantitative research into Possibility including cross-cultural approaches to Possibility and the relationship between Possibility and mental health . As part of a team, I worked on the development of a scale to measure orientation towards the possible - the Possibility Thinking Scale. 


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The Possibility Thinking Scale


My writing on Possibility Studies


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