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Alison Clarke with a call to action.
Prof-bots or a psychologically informed future? You decide, says Angel Chater.

It's 2040. You're still working in Psychology, but it has changed. How?

We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
Hannah Harwood on the South East London Photography (SELPh) initiative.
We launch our latest Voices In Psychology competition.
Grace Bamber warns of the risk of leaving people behind.
Kevin Dutton on a creative collaboration with the cartoonist Rob Murray.
An exclusive extract from 'Out of My Skull', a new book by James Danckert and John D. Eastwood.
Claudia Nielsen shines a light on the taboo subject of post-mortem consciousness.
Sarah Redsell, Lynn Laidlaw, Judit Varkonyi-Sepp and Sarah Hotham on Public and Patient Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) in Covid-19 research. Should we be aiming for perfection, or pragmatism?
Natalia Braun on 'creatively adjusting' to the pandemic through rhythm and movement.
Ahead of the online BPS 2020 conference we bring you relevant highlights from the archive.
A collection of articles from recent years on racism in psychology and the psychology of racism.
Andréa Watts on taking a 'coaching through collage' tool online.
Stephen Blumenthal on gender relations coming out of lockdown.
As lockdown rules ease in the UK but distancing guidance remains in place, how can we use group norms to make distancing easier for people at mass gatherings? John Drury, Stephen Reicher and Nick Hopkins have some advice.
Lauren Jenner on how experiences of the pandemic can help those without autism relate to those on the autism spectrum.
Maria Gialama and Sinead McGilloway on meeting the psychosocial needs of refugee children/young people during Covid-19.
In summer 2018, two health psychologists – one a practising psychologist, PhD student and native Greek, and the other, a senior academic from Ireland – embarked on two separate but related journeys...
Olivia Sutton considers why hospital staff aren’t using the psychology support provided.
Maddi Pownall on how the coronavirus pandemic might shape psychologists’ interactions with each other.
Chris Cocking on the dangers if 'we're in this together' feels like empty rhetoric.
Colm Mulcahy on the role of habitual behaviours in sustainable transport post-lockdown.
Vaithehy Shanmuganathan-Felton, Luke Felton, Celia Briseid and Betty Maitland.
Ishbel McWha-Hermann and Rosalind Searle rethink poverty in the light of Covid-19.
Rebecca Graber on why (and how) to do community-oriented psychology research during Covid-19.