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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 in National Work Life Week, and share some new and archive resources.
Announcing the successful entrants in our scheme to identify and nurture new writing talent.
…Looking to recruit new therapists.
The editor's dog [pictured] brings you our favourite animal and psychology content.
Your annual chance to get those creative juices flowing…
Khyati Tripathi with a personal journey into death studies.
The Psychology of Interpersonal Trust by Ken J. Rotenberg, published by Routledge, is out now. Here, we share a timely chapter…

Inside out (monologue written by Ken J. Rotenberg)

The throng of people and media was all around me. A new public building was being opened and I was the guest of honour...

Our journalist Ella Rhodes talks to psychologists to get some evidence-based tips.
Emily Farran on navigation and the spatial domain in neurodevelopmental disorders.

Navigation – the ability to find our way through large-scale space – is one of our everyday activities. We take for granted that we can travel to work, navigate the aisles in a supermarket. ...

An edited transcript of Professor Andrew Przybylski’s session at Latitude Festival this summer. Our editor Jon Sutton introduced the talk and hosted the audience questions at the end.

Since 2015, we’ve had a presence at Latitude Festival. We seek to cover topics families are talking...

We bring you the best of our obesity-related content from the archive.
Employer: Central and North-West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL)
Alex Bogaardt highlights the role of inequality in obesity.
Selected advice from Paul Penn, taken from his new book ‘The Psychology of Effective Studying' (Routledge).

The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change. – Carl Rogers.

We link to some resources for the new intake of undergraduates.
We've been asking psychologists for years what one piece of advice they would give to aspiring psychologists. Here we collect the top answers.
Our editor Jon Sutton introduces a special collection.
Top hacks and life advice from our articles and interviews.