...reports

New multidisciplinary trial into the potential benefits of exercise.
Annie Brookman-Byrne reports from the Division of Educational and Child Psychology Annual Conference 2020 in Northampton.
Zoe Sanderson reports from a keynote at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference.
New Wellcome Collection / BBC Radio 4 survey.
Ella Rhodes reports from a symposium at the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology.
The latest news related to the British Psychological Society's theme for 2020.
Ella Rhodes reports on a new manifesto from Psychologists for Social Change.
…with the British Psychological Society's Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research.
Ella Rhodes reports on the latest BPS-supported Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology secondment.
We hear from Rachel Simpson, chair of a working group on dyscalculia which has published new guidance with input from psychologists.
Ella Rhodes reports from the British Neuroscience Association’s Christmas symposium, held at Bush House in London. The theme, pain, will stay with the association through 2020, bringing together findings from molecular and cellular neuroscience as well as psychology.
Two new Bethlem exhibitions: The Four Ages of Woman, and Transitions.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports from the British Psychological Society’s second 'Careers in Psychology' event, held at the University College London Institute of Education.
Ella Rhodes reports on progress with the 'children and young people' priority for the British Psychological Society.
The latest British Psychological Society recognised tomes.
Ella Rhodes reports on the Nature Research Awards.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Keisha York on the BAME in Psychiatry and Psychology group.
Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne reports from the British Neuroscience Association’s ‘Credibility in Neuroscience’ manifesto launch at the House of Commons.
…And can psychology help us get there? Saskia Perriard-Abdoh, a Policy Advisor at the British Psychological Society, reports from a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Psychology.