‘There is possibility to find hope and meaning even in the depths of despair’

One on One with Joanna Griffin.

Reclaiming the truth

Karen M. Douglas, Chee Siang Ang and Farzin Deravi on conspiracy theories and fake news on social media.

Working as an expat psychologist

Patric Esters on cultural challenges and possible universals.

‘Psychology is action, not thinking about oneself’

At the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference in Brighton in May, Peter Kinderman delivered his Presidential Address.

A ‘double whammy’ of concern

Ella Rhodes on EU funding and the importance of science.

Democracy in danger

How can psychology help? asks Roger Paxton.

Building democracy

Ashley Weinberg considers how psychology can inform the design and restoration of the physical spaces in which our political processes take place.

‘The fact that we have access to so many different opinions is driving us to believe that we’re in information bubbles’

Poppy Noor meets Michal Kosinski, psychologist, data scientist and Professor at Stanford University

Beyond borders

Alastair Nightingale, Simon Goodman and Sam Parker seek more prominence for psychological perspectives on the refugee crisis in Europe.

From crisis to cornerstones of culture

Ella Rhodes speaks to psychologists leading the way in the replication revolution.

‘I work to build products that people use, that benefit them and that they love’

We meet Nicki Morley.

Evidence and learning styles

A brolly unjust world

Relationships in practice

Beyond ‘confessions’

The podcast as novel

President’s letter, June 2017

Subverting 'us and them'

Premature policy?

F is for… Fear

Inclusivity and diversity… and men

Understanding, not pathologising

Shining a light on ‘the dark side of running'

A lullaby for a frenetic world

An immersive insight into autism spectrum disorder

Longer at Latitude

A powerful message

Inspiring young minds

Left feeling empty

A legacy making a difference

Drone crews and moral engagement

Minds run free

Psychologists, like much of the population, have been bitten by the running bug. What do they get out of it, and does their experience chime with the science?

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Five depictions of the brain

Andrew P. Wickens (a winner of the British Psychological Society’s Book Award) considers their historical significance.

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A brave new world of sleep?

Gareth Gaskell reviews the evidence on memory consolidation during sleep.

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The downsides of positivity

Kate Sweeny provides a nuanced picture of the research.

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The real deal

Stephen Joseph calls for more research into the psychology of authenticity.

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