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Ella Rhodes hears from researchers in the field.
Dave Neale on a growing yet under-explored area.

Play for adults is thriving. Adults are playing more often and in more diverse ways than at any time in recent history – perhaps than in all history. But what is it doing for us?

A collection of links to our articles on compassion and empathy.
Nejra Van Zalk and Claire P. Monks preview their book Online Peer Engagement in Adolescence, published by Routledge this month .

The recent quarantine in the UK and many other countries in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has meant that the majority of children and young people will not be attending school or...

Tim Anstiss, Jonathan Passmore and Paul Gilbert.
Elian Fink and Jenny Gibson on the importance of play in early childhood.

When you picture children learning, do you see rows of chairs in a classroom, children poring over worksheets, flash cards on the wall, ‘carpet time’ with a story told by the teacher? These...

Richard Wiseman on a new tool for teaching and outreach.
Ella Rhodes hears from Dr Julie Highfield, whose team are offering critical psychological support to medical teams making life or death decisions while working on the front lines of care around Covid-19.
We bring you a collection of links to articles on the psychology of happiness.
We collect together archive links on the psychology of death, dying, loss, near-death, bereavement and grief.
A collection of articles from the archive on the psychology of being (and not being) a mother
Nathan Smith and Emma Barrett look to extreme environments for tips.
Professor Craig Jackson is concerned for those who already have conditions around hand washing.
Giovanni Felice Pace takes an existential perspective on coronavirus.
Stephen Reicher, John Drury and Clifford Stott on narratives of 'panic buying'.
Chris Keyworth on information and misinformation during the coronavirus outbreak.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes spoke to Dr Holly Carter and Dr Dale Weston, Public Health England.
Dr Evangelos Ntontis Lecturer in Social Psychology (Canterbury Christ Church University) on coronavirus.
Ella Rhodes hears from Professor Brooke Rogers OBE.
Olivier Klein on the apparent role of 'nudge theory' in the UK government strategy.
Stephen Reicher and John Drury argue for an identity-based approach to coronavirus.
Job Title: Associate Clinical Psychologist
We collect together archive links for four psychologists changing the way we think about collective action.
Joanna Griffin on emotional wellbeing in parents of disabled children.

When I had children, you know, it was going to be sand holidays, rock pools, drinking cocoa watching the stars… as opposed to running through the house trying to prevent a three-year-old from...