Sam Parsons (University of Oxford) reports from a workshop at the British Psychological Society's Annual Conference in Brighton.
We asked recipients of the British Psychological Society's postgraduate conference bursaries for their highlight of last week's Annual Conference in Brighton.
Society member Sophie Ellis reports from the launch of a paper by Psychologists for Social Change.
Psychologists take part in rally promoting the contribution of science to society. What is it like to be a 'people' scientist promoting science for the people? Sophie Ellis finds out.
Madeleine Pownall, an undergraduate at the University of Lincoln, visits the Edinburgh Science Festival.
The Academy of Social Sciences has announced 47 new Fellows, including four psychologists nominated by the British Psychological Society.
Society awards for Anne Cooke and Joanna North.
British Psychological Society award for Dr Anne-Lise Goddings.
Awards for Dr Rachael Jack and Dr Claire Haworth.
Psychologists included in announcement from BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports from the Occupational Psychology session of the Health and Wellbeing at Work conference held at Birmingham’s NEC.
Ella Rhodes previews the Cheltenham Science Festival.
'Psychologists have a really important job to do in bringing evidence of how people behave to decision-makers'
Ella Rhodes on a psychologist named as one of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders.
Ella Rhodes reports from a British Psychological Society Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Section event.
Ella Rhodes reports from a Royal Institution event.
Ella Rhodes reports on the latest data scandal to hit psychological research.
A new study needs your help.
Our editor Jon Sutton attends the recording of ‘The Evidence’, a BBC World Service programme.
The Wellcome Book Prize shortlist is announced.
Ella Rhodes reports on the AXA PPP Health Tech and You Awards.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports on a British Psychological Society audit.
On International Women's Day, Ella Rhodes reports on the search for forgotten female scientists, and editor Jon Sutton adds a personal note.
‘Suicide isn’t an inevitable outcome of suicidal thoughts. The minute you can talk about it is when you can do something to help'
Ella Rhodes reports from the Suicide Prevention: New Frontiers conference held in Penrith, aimed at helping health care staff on the front line understand the latest research.