...reports

The first offering from new Society President Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes.

Contact Jamie Hacker Hughes via the Society’s Leicester office, or e-mail: [email protected]

Professor Gail Kinman reports on Professor Sir Cary Cooper’s keynote at the Society’s Annual Conference – how can psychologists help to enhance mental capital and wellbeing at work?
Professor Gail Kinman reports from the Society's Annual Conference.
Ella Rhodes reports on Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore's opening keynote at the British Psychological Society's Annual Conference.
Ella Rhodes reports from a symposium at the Society's Annual Conference on end-of-life care.
Jon Sutton reports on a milestone for the Twins Early Development Study (with Thalia Eley Q+A).
The latest selection from the Society's blog.
Marion Coutts wins
Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and author Fiona Neill to appear in a session hosted by our editor.
Jon Sutton reports on a creative symposium at the Society's Annual Conference.
Professor Gail Kinman reports from the Society's Annual Conference.
Emma Davies reports from a workshop at the Society's Annual Conference led by Carolyn Mair (London College of Fashion).
A new BBC Radio 4 series needs your help.
Jon Sutton reports on a talk at the Society's Annual Conference from Tom Stafford and Vaughan Bell, to mark their Public Engagement and Media Award.
Jon Sutton reports on Professor Sophie Scott's talk at the Society's Annual Conference.
Jon Sutton reports on Professor Susan Golombok's talk at the Society's Annual Conference.
Ella Rhodes on a survey of early career researchers and the Research Excellence Framework.
Ella Rhodes reports on the QS World University Rankings for psychology.
Ella Rhodes on another milestone for the Koestler Parapsychology Unit.
Ella Rhodes looks forward to the June event.
Ella Rhodes on a new social psychological documentary.
Ella Rhodes reports on a BMJ editorial and subsequent reaction.
442 psychotherapists, counsellors and academics condemn government plans and call on political parties to end 'profoundly disturbing' practices.