Social anxiety in higher education Phil Topham and Graham Russell
Although anxiety is accepted as part of the learning process, there is little thought given to the impact of social anxiety. Yet social anxiety in learning situations such as seminars and...
Mary McMurran and Stephen Coupe describe a promising approach to a distressing disorder
Problem-solving therapy has a solid evidence base for alleviating distress and improving social functioning in people with a range of psychological and health problems. This approach has...
Fiona Jones on planned changes to the Society’s media and press function; when Ariely met Gladwell; curiosities; and more
nuggets from the Research Digest
rows over replication; psychoanalysis; security and neuroscience; apps; coercive self-citation; mapping well-being.
emotional response; impact; theoretical work psychology; Little Albert; and more
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President of the British Psychological Society, 2011–2012