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Selected advice from Paul Penn, taken from his new book ‘The Psychology of Effective Studying' (Routledge).

“The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change." – Carl Rogers.

We link to some resources for the new intake of undergraduates.
We've been asking psychologists for years what one piece of advice they would give to aspiring psychologists. Here we collect the top answers.
Top life hacks from our articles and interviews.
An extract from 'The Psychology of Effective Studying: How to Succeed in Your Degree' by Paul Penn.
An extract from 'Autism: A new introduction to psychological theory and current debate', by Sue Fletcher-Watson and Francesca Happé (out now on Routledge).
Our editor Jon Sutton collects coverage from annual conferences of the British Psychological Society's Psychobiology Section, held at Low Wood Bay hotel on Lake Windermere.
Damian E.M. Milton on participatory research with autistic people, plus links to our content on this topic.
Our editor Jon Sutton introduces a special collection on psychological attempts to shift attitudes and behaviour amongst the next generation.
Dan O’Hare is a Chartered Educational Psychologist working for an English Local Authority and as a Teaching Fellow at the University of Bristol. He currently volunteers with TIGER, a Bristol-based cooperative, mostly delivering workshops in schools.
Lynn Davies on efforts to create a world where ‘everyone is an insider’.
Pooky Knightsmith on school-based approaches to mental health.

The notion of schooling the good citizen used to be simple; if schools were delivering on academic goals and pupils left with a basic notion of right and wrong, we’d consider it a job well...

Forensic psychologist Dr Brendan O’Mahony on his work as a registered intermediary.
Martyn Barrett and Dimitra Pachi look beyond voting, at what schools can do to encourage active citizenship.
A collection of our oddest articles...
Articles and interviews from new electees.
Siân Jones considers contact interventions and prejudice towards immigrants in schools.

In our increasingly globalised world, recent years have seen a sharp rise in anti-immigrant sentiment and in social exclusion of immigrants, including among children in schools. Research...

Can schools teach children lessons in healthy eating? Helen Coulthard looks at the evidence…
With poor diet being cited by Public Health England as the leading cause of death in the UK, learning the skill of healthy eating could save your life.
Dr Rebecca Wood argues for a greater appreciation of different communication styles.
To mark Birth Trauma Awareness Week, Dr Emma Svanberg outlines a model of birth trauma and efforts to raise awareness and share stories.
Employer: The Fens Service, HMP Whitemoor
Michael West, Professor of Organisational Psychology (Lancaster University Management School) and Visiting Fellow with the King’s Fund, spoke with Ella Rhodes to outline three major projects he is involved with for one of the largest employers in the world – the NHS.
Ella Rhodes on the contradictory nature of the self.

Your breath gently lilts, your vision scans the world in a seemingly smooth uninterrupted movement, your heart chugs away – sure and steady, and you barely notice. The feeling that you are you...

We dip into our archives, plus guidelines from the British Psychological Society.
We bring together our top content on eating disorders and find the best from elsewhere.