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Health Psychologist Angel Chater has spoken openly about bereavement over the last two decades. Here, she urges society to recognise and be open about loss.
Since the start of the pandemic, we have been collecting links to perspectives and resources elsewhere…
We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
Sue Shea and Robin Wynyard on the 'day after', and whether major psychological theories are fit for purpose in such unusual times.
Natasha Hill, Hannah Jerome and Anna Smith consider the impact of Covid-19 on vulnerable bariatric patients.
Dominic Conroy and Emily Nicholls on health behaviour changes during and beyond lockdown.
Daniella Watson has personally and professionally been part of the collective response to Covid-19.
Emma Young digests the research.
Erin Beal on terror management and moving beyond existential crisis in ‘unprecedented times’.
Kavita Vedhara on the fascinating world of vaccine adjuvants and more.
Holly Carter, Dale Weston, Clifford Stott, and Richard Amlôt on evidence-based strategies to promote adherence to COVID-19 social distancing measures.
Angelina Archer on bereavement during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nicole Gridley on the use of virtual spaces.

If the pandemic has taught us anything it is that there are many flaws in our pre-Covid-19 working systems. We have much to learn about how digital technology can be best implemented as a tool...

Nicholas Sarantakis draws at the ‘crossroads of the unconscious’.
Jake Hollis speaks to those detained at Dungavel Immigration Removal Centre in Scotland.
Health Psychologist Karen Rodham gets creative during lockdown.
Liuba Papeo is prompted to reevaluate her life’s work…
Taryn Talbott reflects on using Instant Messaging to conduct qualitative research remotely.
Sarah Pickup with reflections on past, present and future.
Our series of 'eye on fiction' pieces from over the years, collected.
Kyle Kelleher imports ideas from Japanese suicide prevention efforts. He argues that cross-cultural collaboration is the key in raising awareness.
Lee Clarke on how and why Psychology and Buddhism have become firm friends.
Carl Walker seeks to make sense of the mutual aid response to coronavirus, and how to sustain it in an era of entrenched inequality.
Anne Templeton has suggestions to build inclusive supervision environments.

If we want to dismantle inequality and build a more inclusive discipline then it is time to reflect on the issues of sexism and power dynamics that still persist, identify ways to improve, and...

Rupert Brown considers the life and legacy of Henri Tajfel (1919-1982).