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Helen Johnson considers how psychologists can foster a relationship with the arts that nourishes all.
What’s it like? We hear from the Chair of the British Psychological Society's Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology, and collect links from the archive.
Can psychology save the world in a ‘new normal’? Lee Rowland curates 10 quotes…
Roger Paxton thinks a better society is not just possible but likely.
Kim Stephenson and Pradnya Surana on the importance of reframing our relationship with money in pandemic times.
Ella Rhodes hears from those working on bereavement during the pandemic and beyond.
Members of the British Psychological Society's Safeguarding Advisory Group consider experiences from a range of areas.
Sumayya Alidina on adolescent mental health in a Muslim community.
As lockdown began, The Psychologist team set to work collecting evidence-based perspectives on coronavirus and the pandemic response for our website. At the time of writing, there are more than 90 views, interviews and more gathered there, from more than 120 psychologists. We are very grateful to all who gave their time and expertise so generously during challenging times.
Eloise Stark experiments with mindfulness to find her authentic, autistic self.

He recognizes that it rests within himself to choose; that the only question which matters is, “Am I living in a way that is deeply satisfying to me, and which truly expresses me?” 

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Matthew Warren, editor of our Research Digest, with an update on the research response to Covid-19, and the issues raised.
Dr Jenny Lunt (University of Derby), Professor Kim Burton (University of Huddersfield), and Alan Bradshaw (Alt-OH).
An exclusive extract from 'Wayfinding: The Art and Science of How We Find and Lose Our Way', by Michael Bond.
As psychologists working clinical health, we have been close to the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic and the lessons that are ours to seize and hold on to. We have dared to imagine a progressive (perhaps utopian?) future, written from the perspective of a new graduate, and we invite you come along with us…

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

Jan Maskell with two visions from a warming planet.

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

Sally Zlotowitz, with thanks to Ebinehita Iyere and Rachel McKail from MAC-UK.

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

Roxane Gervais on flexibility and leadership.

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

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.