Working in Parliament

Charity Brown.
THE advert in The Psychologist for the BPS/POST postgraduate award caught my eye as I was waiting for one of many participants to complete my face-recognition experiment. The idea of working in Parliament for three months sounded intriguing. Not only would it get me out of my lab for a while, but I would see how parliamentarians take on board my kind of psychological research.

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