Annalisa Setti, PhD, is Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Trinity College Dublin; her background is Cognitive Neuroscience and her work is about studying cognition ‘in place’, looking at the role of the lived environment in shaping our cognition and behaviours. She works on benefits of nature for mental and psychological well-being and sustainable behaviours. Her interest in the COST Writing Urban Places is in crossing disciplinary boundaries to study urban living through subjective narratives and quantitative methods such as mobile electroencephalography. For more information: www.acmelab.science and a.setti@ucc.ie