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Lucy Freemantle with the reflections of a Senior Assistant Psychologist, a decade on...
When Sarah Riley pitched to the Routledge Critical Health Series, she knew she wanted to write with Adrienne Evans and Martine Robson. Here, they explain how they addressed psychological questions on women’s health, from a transdisciplinary perspective underpinned by philosophy, in a book which won the British Psychology Society academic monograph book award in 2021.
Working in a Crisis Team was life-changing for Assistant Psychologist Adriana Lisowski. She reflects on her experience.
Emma Young digests the research on perceptions of our own physical appearance and more.
A range of psychological roles, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH).
Melissa Potter on working as an Assistant Psychologist at a Spinal Cord Injuries unit.
Laura Waring on working as an Assistant Psychologist at a specialist perinatal mental health service.
New vacancy for a job share.
Chartered Psychologist Dr Will McConn-Palfreyman navigates the Winter Paralympics, with advice for practitioners.
Shaoni Bhattacharya trawls our archive to find out when it works, and if – as the Dunning-Kruger Effect suggests – a little learning can be a dangerous thing.
Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
William Todd Schultz on themes from his new book 'The Mind of the Artist: Personality and the Drive to Create'.
Emma Young digests the research.
Ramon J. Aldag re-examines a familiar concept.

Psychological concepts often seep into the public consciousness. Through salient examples, powerful metaphors, or compelling arguments, some gain general – if tentative – acceptance. Others...

A round-up of our articles for Children's Mental Health week.
Robert D. McIntosh and Sergio Della Sala explore issues around overconfidence and expertise.
Richard W. Sears looks at the evidence surrounding two myths in this extract from his book ‘Myths of Mindfulness’ published by Sequoia Books.
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.