...reports

Ella Rhodes reports from two of the Society's flagship events.
Dr Carolyn Mair (Reader in Psychology at the London College of Fashion) reports from a seminar
Ella Rhodes reports on the BPS presence.
Dorothy Miell Contact Dorothy Miell via the Society’s Leicester office, or e-mail: [email protected]
Our journalist Ella Rhodes brings you a round-up of other news, including open access concerns, researching body image, Samaritans app, drinking during pregnancy, dance and more.
Ella Rhodes reports on the Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prizes.
Ella Rhodes reports from a debate on psychiatrists and the pharmaceutical industry.
Tom Stafford and Vaughan Bell marked their blog's birthday and BPS Public Engagement and Media Award with an event in London. We report and look back at their contributions for us.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes meets a psychologist involved in the fight against the epidemic
Ella Rhodes reports from a lecture by Professor Steven Pinker
A new report authored by Professor Andy Field looks at the mathematical and statistical needs of undergraduates in psychology. Ella Rhodes reports.
Awards for the serious and not so serious
Ella Rhodes reports from a one-day symposium ‘Stories of Psychology: War and Its Aftermath’ held on 8 October.
President’s column; call for nominations; Birmingham Science Festival; Public Engagement Grant; World Mental Health Day; Going Green; and more
policing tactics; reporting suicide; child protection; faith-based organisations; and more
autistic traits and altruism; Google Glass; media reports of terrorism; and much more from our free Research Digest (see www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog)
President’s column; Lifetime Achievement Award; understanding psychosis; Society hubs; autism and the criminal justice system; and more

our President welcomes new students; introducing ‘altmetrics’; President’s Award; meet the Psychologist and Digest team; and more

couples develop interconnected memory systems; Zimbardo reassessed; self-talk; and more, from our free Research Digest (see www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog)