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Eloise Smart reports from the inaugural Behavioural Exchange Insights Conference.
Several recent developments point to greater influence for psychology in politics. Ella Rhodes reports.
As the media spotlight turns away from the Ebola outbreak, who helps the helpers? Ella Rhodes reports.
PsyPAG have been busy, including publishing a new guide on surviving postgraduate study.
Ella Rhodes reports from the opening of the new Forensic Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London.
… from Jamie Hacker Hughes.
The October issue selection from the Society's Research Digest blog.
More from the October issue.
Ella Rhodes reports on an innovative longitudinal project.
Jon Sutton reports from the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society's West Midlands Branch, at Coventry's Wellcome Centre.
Abigail Moss (Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust) and Tom P. Freeman (University College London) report from an inspiring symposium that was run twice at separate conferences.
Ella Rhodes reports on worrying findings for young people in England.
Ella Rhodes reports on a British Psychological Society-supported talk on using Tetris to tackle trauma.
Ella Rhodes reports on highlights involving the British Psychological Society.
Ella Rhodes reports on new funding for the multidisciplinary project.
…or both? Our editor Jon Sutton reports on today's announcement, and how psychologists felt to be part of the initiative.
Ella Rhodes reports on Walking the talk
The latest selection from our blog, in the September issue.
Ella Rhodes reports from a discussion at the British Psychological Society’s Ethics Committee.
The latest offering from Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes.
Ella Rhodes reports as several psychologists are honoured.
Reports from Glasgow.
Ella Rhodes reports on a new large-scale study.
… Yet some fall-out continues. Ella Rhodes reports.