...reports

Mark Sergeant on problems and pitfalls of science reporting; Jon Sutton on France's autism 'shame'; and more

nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest service

the Health and Social Care Bill; dementia challenge; willpower report; funding news

President’s column; sexual and gender minority guidelines; Big Bang; work–life balance; DSM-5; expert witnesses; Gordon Allport prize; and more

Fiona Jones on planned changes to the Society’s media and press function; when Ariely met Gladwell; curiosities; and more

nuggets from the Research Digest

rows over replication; psychoanalysis; security and neuroscience; apps; coercive self-citation; mapping well-being.

beautiful explanations; mushrooms in a brain scanner; Little Albert; reports from the Division of Occupational Psychology; and more

responding to the NHS listening exercise, in the President’s column; book award; practitioner of the year; measuring national well-being; online voting; latest from BPS journals; and more

coverage from the Division of Occupational Psychology conference with Kisane Prutton; the Guardian memory experiment; and the best of the web

nuggets from the Research Digest

President’s column; Lifetime Achievement Award; POSTnote; media training; Leveson Inquiry; out now in BPS journals; and more

Mark Sergeant on the Society’s response to the Leveson Inquiry; and more

nuggets from the Society’s free Research Digest service

new year honours; neuroscience and the law; dementia audit; and polygraph trial

Francine Béar and Jennifer Wild on My Transsexual Summer, plus much more in our improved and expanded section

Nuggets from the Society's free Research Digest service. See www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog

questionable research practices; strike action; self-harm; educational psychology training; Daniel Kahneman speaks; nuggets from the Research Digest; and more

President’s column; 200th Research Digest; child sex abuse working party; revised authorship credit guidance; consultation responses; BPS Journals news; and more

Owen Hughes sees opportunities for psychologists to become more involved in public affairs in Wales

nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest

more on the Stapel scientific fraud case; schizophrenia commission; Royal Society archive; Steven Pinker talks; career progression for women; Francesca Happé on autism

memory bus; the homeless; Ig Nobels; event reports

President’s column; EuroPsy; Spearman Medal; guidance on electronic health records; consultation responses; public engagement awards; and more