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Chris Gibbons marks 21 years of the Association for Psychology Teachers, a Northern Ireland network.
From multi-talented technicians and undergraduate students placed at the heart of restorative justice to academics with decades of experience – the British Psychological Society’s award-winners have some fascinating stories. Our journalist Ella Rhodes spoke to them.
New facility being built at Birkbeck, University of London.
A preview of the festival of arts, sciences, current affairs and more.
Our editor Jon Sutton seeks to make sense of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Rebecca Fellows reports from the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Societies Division of Clinical Psychology Prequalification Group.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Unite the Union call on applied psychologists to lobby Parliament. Jon Sutton reports, and talks to Unite's lead professional officer for mental health.
An intriguing interdisciplinary project.
Ella Rhodes reports on new British Psychological Society guidelines.
Grant for team from the Universities of Chester and Edinburgh.
Ella Rhodes reports; plus an update.
Ella Rhodes speaks to Alex Clarke and Nichola Rumsey about a new special interest group in the field of aesthetic plastic surgery.
Deborah Husbands reports from a successful event for A-level students, hosted by the University of Westminster.
Behind the scenes of 'Girls on the Edge', to be screened tonight on BBC Two.
A preview of the 2018 Science Festival.
Head to the University of Leicester's Attenborough Arts Centre.
BBC Radio 4's All in the Mind and the Wellcome Collection launch 'The Loneliness Experiment'.
The British Psychological Society responds to government proposals on Children and Young People's Mental Health Provision.
Lexie Thorpe reports from the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology.
Professor Stephen D. Reicher returns from acting as an international observer in Turkish court, as academics are charged with 'terrorist propaganda'. (Now with update).
Ella Rhodes reports from an event on replication and reproducibility, with signs of hope and progress amidst the continued debate.
Professor Peter Halligan is the new Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales.