...reports

A day in the life of the Society President; more online journals for members; Society Twitter feeds; public engagement grants; research interests database; new Society website; well-being consultation; and more

nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest

expert witness immunity lost; nappy curriculum; kids behaving badly; regrets; Psychology for All report

Mark Sergeant on an unusual demonstration, and the media’s role in the fallout

Mark Sergeant on an unusual demonstration, and the media’s role in the fallout

The acceptable face of the limelight?
Kisane Prutton on public engagement opportunities

Nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest

chronic fatigue; search dogs; well-being; neuroscience directions; alcohol guidance; the horror in dreams;

taking a stance in the President’s column; online archive; QMIP Section awards; and more

Kirsten V. Smith on The Brain: A Secret History

nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest

cuts begin to bite; Sure Start; ECT; reports from the Division of Occupational Psychology conference;

international activities in the President’s column; free journals access; Professional Psychology Award; Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology conference report; and more

psychologists’ involvement in Strictly Come Dancing, with Lucy Maddox

selections from the Research Digest

the government’s ‘Nudge Unit’; New Year Honours; tuition fees protests; London Lectures reports;

resolutions in the President’s column; Lifetime Achievement Awards; International Congress of Coaching Psychology; and more

feeling the future or ‘pathological science’; measuring well-being; awards and event reports; and the smell of anxiety

more nuggets from the Digest; Media: health in the forces, and parliamentary communication, with Mark Sergeant

The material in this section is taken from the Society’s Research Digest blog at www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog, and is written by its editor Dr...

spending review; Alzheimer’s; magic and autism; graduate employment; tasty morsels from the Research Digest; and Sinéad Rhodes on ADHD in the news

President’s column; new Community Psychology Section, and a call to support the formation of a Disaster, Crisis and Trauma Section; improving work–life balance; preserving our history; and psychology at the Science Museum

Sinéad Rhodes on ADHD in the news

Nuggets from the Society's Research Digest (see http://www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog)

toothless, geriatric lions and the ethics of animal research in the President’s column; accreditation through partnership; the language of music; and more

Science is Vital campaign; ‘over-identification’ of special educational needs; the ‘halfalogue’; Ig Nobel Awards; the glass cliff for female leaders; and more