An occupational feast

To mark the British Psychological Society's Division of Occupational Psychology annual conference, currently taking place in Glasgow, we collect archive contributions from some of the speakers.

The Division of Occupational Psychology's annual conference takes place in Glasgow from 7-9 January 2015. The programme boasts keynotes, workshops and posters from many excellent psychologists, and here we collect together links to archive pieces from just a few of them.

Occupational psychology in a changing world (featuring Rob Briner, Eugene Burke and many more)

Rob Briner again, on emotion in the workplace (from 1999)

We meet Almuth McDowall, and she and Gail Kinman meet Ellen Ernst Kossek

Gail Kinman meets Peter Lovatt

Tomás Chamorro-Premuzic writes on intellectual competence and personality and art

David Carew on employment, policy and social inclusion, and on his work with the Department of Work and Pensions

We meet Nancy Doyle

Jim McKechnie talks about school students and work

Ian Bushnell talks to the Rt Hon Lord Owen about hubris

Bass legend Paul Redford gets a mention in this piece on psychologists who rock (as does another occ psych, Alan Redman, who also likes Lego)

Steve Reicher on the Scottish independence debate

If you are at the conference but are not featured here, why not think about contributing to The Psychologist?

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