Our beliefs can powerfully shape our reality, says David Robson. Here’s how to make a positive self-fulfilling prophecy in 2022…
In the latest episode of his podcast ‘Eighty Percent Mental’, Chartered Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Pete Olusoga is joined by organisational psychologist and best-selling New York Times author, John Amaechi OBE, for an honest and inspiring conversation about racism, anti-racism, and what we all could or should be doing to make our communities fairer for everybody.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Professor Jonathan Passmore, Chair of the British Psychological Society’s new Division of Coaching Psychology.
Professor Hugh Koch discusses the psychology of writing his memoirs.
Ingrid Covington meets Professor Herminia Ibarra to talk identity and transition across our working lives.
Rachael Simms-Moore was one of the lucky few – so why didn’t she feel it? A journey to understand and cope took her towards psychology.
Dr Maggi Evans on a way to tackle the ‘Great Resignation’ and record vacancies.
In order to advance our discipline, we sometimes need to change the way the profession thinks of its central variables. We currently need to adjust our notion of personality to emphasise the routines of habit, argues Peter Warr.
Emma Young digests the research.
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Judith Eberhardt, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Teesside University.
Ian Florance meets Steve Taylor, former Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Transpersonal Psychology Section.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes hears from psychologists with evidence-based tips…