The Psychologist Guide to University Life [including animated version!] and our Guide to new University Life which considers what will be different when starting university in 2020
Our Research Digest podcast PsychCrunch, on how to study and learn more effectively
…and check out all the other episodes too, including 'How to stop procrastinating'… do it now!
How to succeed in your degree, with psychology…
"Trying to sound clever is a good way of sounding stupid"… extract from The Psychology of Effective Studying
How to get the most out of virtual learning
The digitally resilient student
Advice for aspiring psychologists
Life hacks from our interviews
The journey to undergraduate psychology
‘Dear undergraduate me’
More retrospective advice, this time from postgrads…
The ultimate psychology reading list
Welcome to your psychology degree
A practical guide to the final undergraduate year
Holly Rose Welsby on her journey through the undergraduate year
Students as academic partners
The use and abuse of student participants
Psychological literacy – from classroom to real world
Studying psychology – expectations and realities
Tackling sexual violence at universities
Who knows where the journey will take you?
These two revision strategies can prepare you for an exam much better than just restudying your notes
How to find your calling, according to psychology
A more fluid approach to drinking
Valuing early career psychologists
Early career researchers in open science: vanguard or cannon fodder?
A global learning experience
First-generation university students are at greater risk of experiencing imposter syndrome
Our online archive stretches back more than 30 years, and in it you will meet hundreds of psychologists to hear about their career path [spoiler alert: it's rarely a standard one].
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