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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.
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.