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The annual chance for psychologists to get their creative juices flowing, this year around the Society's Senate-voted theme of 'Tackling class-based inequality'.
Fran Stalley on a perhaps unusual relationship with her psychologist David Pike, plus his own thoughts.
With huge demand for psychology services, newer roles are being recognised – with potentially historic changes to the BPS, Shaoni Bhattacharya explores the issues.
Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
John Waterworth and Ingvar Tjostheim look to the future…

Travel is important for many people, but the more people travel, the higher the consumption of fossil fuels, and the greater the chances of diseases spreading over distances. The...

A chapter from Neuroscience for Organizational Communication: A Guide for Communicators and Leaders, by Chartered Psychologist Dr Laura McHale, courtesy of Palgrave Macmillan.

In this exclusive extract Laura McHale examines pronoun use in the political speech. She explores the differences between the inclusive and exclusive “we,” and the perils of the overuse of “I...

Dr Andy Siddaway on the key role of psychologists in research, service design, and interventions.
Emily Mortimer, a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at the University of East London, on a moral judgements and a new study.
Hannah Wilkinson on a ‘normalising’, psychoeducation approach to Tourette’s Syndrome.
Dr Rebekah Eglinton is Chief Psychologist to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Here she highlights the experiences over 6,000 victims and survivors have shared with the Inquiry’s Truth Project, and the importance of their accounts in contributing to change for the better. The Inquiry’s Final Report is due to be published next year.
Environmental Psychologist and workplace strategist, Dr Nigel Oseland, gives his perspective on the return to the office.
Caroline Clare with her experience of implementing shared psychology case formulations for staff in a high dependency rehabilitation unit for adult males, and feedback from some of the service users who were involved.
Emma Young digests the research on conversations.
An extract from The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality by Kathryn Paige Harden, with kind permission from the publisher Princeton University Press.
Dr Maggi Evans on a way to tackle the ‘Great Resignation’ and record vacancies.
Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
An extract from 'Compassionate leadership: Sustaining wisdom, humanity and presence in health and social care', by Michael West, published by Swirling Leaf Press.

Traditional approaches to leadership have important limitations, with an emphasis on developing individual capability while neglecting collective leadership capability. They are also limited...

Kimberley Hill and Graham Towl argue that we must work together to change the culture.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes hears from psychologists with evidence-based tips…
Emma Young digests the research.
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.
An archive collection
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.
Our beliefs can powerfully shape our reality, says David Robson. Here’s how to make a positive self-fulfilling prophecy in 2022…

The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul and a new nose; new feet, a new backbone, new ears, and new eyes. Unless a particular man...