Holly Edwards and Sarah Cassidy with advice for new Assistant Psychologists.
Emma Young digests some research related to the Society’s 2020 theme, ‘From poverty to flourishing’.
Dr Kirstie Fleetwood Meade and Dr Tara Murphy on work with the Butabika – East London Link.

Dr Kirstie Fleetwood Meade (Counselling Psychologist) and Dr Tara Murphy (Consultant Clinical Psychologist) trained in the UK, but spent 2018 living and volunteering in Kampala, Uganda. Here,...

An exclusive extract from Sex, Lies, and Brain Scans, by Barbara J. Sahakian and Julia Gottwald.
We present the five winning entries from our 2019 ‘Voices In Psychology’ programme, along with extracts from some of the other submissions and a commentary from British Psychological Society President David Murphy.
A collection of articles from our archive on psychology and war.
We hear from Natalie Leach, Head of Custodial Psychological Services at Serco.
Editor Jon Sutton introduces a collection on living with allergy and anaphylaxis.
We bring you our own content related to the new British Psychological Society call to the political parties.
A clinical psychologist’s account of having a daughter with depression, from Dr Annie Hickox. Now with added postscript.
Emma Young digests the research to suggest five ways to raise the resilient child, then we bring you our top content from the archive on resilience.
Martin Turner and Andrew Wood with a rational approach to performing under pressure, ahead of Saturday's Rugby Union World Cup Final.
A collection of shelfies...
Daniella Watson with a health psychology perspective from Ghana.
Béré Mahoney, Eleanor Bradley, Elaine Walklet and Steve O’Hickey on the hidden psychological challenges of living with anaphylaxis in adulthood.

People diagnosed with anaphylaxis in adulthood face unique, but largely ignored, psychological challenges. Psychology offers insights for understanding their needs, and the development of...

Rebecca Knibb considers efforts to reduce the psychological impact of food allergy.

As a Health Psychologist working in research and practice around allergy since 1995, it has become clear to me that food allergy is quite unique as a long-term condition, in its presentation...

Audrey DunnGalvin considers the impact of severe food allergy on the quality of life and development of children and adolescents.

More and more parents, children and teens are having to learn to live and cope with food allergy. Can an awareness of the reciprocal effects of food allergy and the developmental process...

Khadj Rouf and Kathryn Evans reflect on the challenges of parenting children with severe allergies.

The prevalence of food allergy is rising, and recent tragedies highlight that concerted action is still needed to help severe allergy sufferers. These are anxious times for sufferers and their...

Shaquilla Linton, a student at Keele University, on how a trip to Ghana broadened her perspective on mental health.
Assistant Psychologist Hannah Smith on the value of front-line work in preparation for a therapeutic role.
We bring you our top dyslexia content...
Nadine Lavan, winner of the British Psychological Society’s Award for Outstanding Contributions through Doctoral Research, on voice perception.

We assume that it is easy to recognise others from their voice alone. Before the advent of caller display, you will have probably rung someone and announced ‘Hello, it’s me!’ Similarly, you...

What can psychology do about climate change? Find out in these articles from our pages.
We hear from Sharon De Mascia on work-life balance and share some new and archive resources.
Announcing the successful entrants in our scheme to identify and nurture new writing talent.