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...from Jolanda Jetten, Stephen Reicher, Alex Haslam and Tegan Cruwys.

Yeah it’s your life do whatever you want, but you are now responsible for my life.... We started saying, ‘It’s not about me it’s about we.’ Get your head around the we concept. It’s not all...

An introduction from Dr Jon Sutton.
Sarah Norgate and Cary Cooper on remote work and psychological autonomy.
Line Caes, Jocelyn Smith Carter and Lesley McGregor reflect on a student collaboration between the University of Stirling in Scotland and DePaul University in the USA.
In 2017 we published The Psychologist Guide to… University Life, 10 evidence-based tips to support new students in settling into university, studying well and looking after their health and finances. But now so much has changed…
Dr Sarah Hodge and Layla Johnson on the hidden struggles with technology use some people can experience at university.
We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
Rebecca Doyle, Claire Peatson and Rebecca Parmar with reflections from a female forensic service.
We hear from Emma Coulson, Service Development Manager at The Forward Trust, about a new role in changing times…
We collate articles and interviews from the archive with advice and tips for writing in psychology.
Nishat Babu on benefits for employer and employee.
In praise of the rediscovered long player…
‘Smoke & Mirrors: How hype obscures the future and how to see past it’ by Gemma Milne is published by Robinson (£13.99). With kind permission from the publisher we share the introductory chapter.
Eleonore Batteux considers whether the pandemic will change our desire to see the future as predictable.
Alex Sayers on her social enterprise working with young care leavers.
Georgina Ferguson on having and raising a new baby during lockdown.
A collection of articles and interviews from the archive on the psychology of being (and having) a father.
The winning entries from a BPS Conference 2020 student competition, around the theme of Psychology of the Future: Changing Landscapes.
Selected extracts from a new book, 'Human Rights Education for Psychologists' (Routledge, 2020). Here, Nora Sveaass and Michael Wessells give some background, and then Sarah Butchard, Tommy Dunne, Hilda Engel and Artemis Giotsa present 'stories of human rights'.
Helen Johnson considers how psychologists can foster a relationship with the arts that nourishes all.
For this edition, in place of our usual ‘Member of the month’, we thought we would put out a question on Twitter via @psychmag…
What’s it like? We hear from the Chair of the British Psychological Society's Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology, and collect links from the archive.
Roger Paxton thinks a better society is not just possible but likely.
Kim Stephenson and Pradnya Surana on the importance of reframing our relationship with money in pandemic times.