Including President's column, Spearman medal, and end of life care report
Including President's column, Book and Doctoral Awards, and a summary of the Society's response to the Department of Health on statutory regulation.
Over three days in April, more than 900 delegates attended the Society’s Annual Conference at the Royal Dublin Society.
Read on for our extensive and diverse coverage, including WEB-ONLY EXTRAS.
Over three days in April, more than 900 delegates attended the Society’s Annual Conference at the Royal Dublin Society. They were treated to talks from a high-calibre set of speakers, including...
Including cannabis, paranoia, gaming gore, vision and sport, working memory and more.
Including President's column, an Honorary Fellowship for Professor David Canter, and a new equality and diversity plan.
Including compulsory treatment, anger, happiness, co-operation, and Zimbardo in the Media page.
Including Liz Campbell's first President's Column, fellowship citation and members shaping public policy
Including the latest on the APA and torture, the anti-depressant debate, suicide, 'The People Watchers' in Media, and more
News from the Society including President's column...
This month's news including stat reg news and media
Including the BPS President's column and events diary.
By the time you read this column considerable work will have been done preparing the Society’s response to the government consultation on the legislation for the statutory regulation of psychology...
Including stat reg consultations, event reports, Kasser and media news
February will bring the Society’s two formal responses to the two public consultations from the Health Professions Council (HPC) – one on standards of proficiency, and the other on threshold entry...
Including President's column, and the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology.
Including cancer care, child-friendly hospitals, women's gait, ADHD, feigning retardation, and Harriet Gross on media treatment of the social value of memory.
Dr Paul Redford (Chair, Psychologist Policy Commitee) and Dr Jon Sutton (Editor) explain the thinking behind the latest changes.
New lease of life for the History of Psychology Centre
Funding for mental health; war trauma in Sri Lanka; dyslexia; bystander apathy; and more
Universal ethical code; sensory processing; cyberbullying; statutory regulation update; occupational psychology; and more
Expert witnesses in rape trials Plans for expert witnesses to give evidence for the prosecution in rape trials about the trauma suffered by victims have been shelved by ministers. The rape law...
Associate Editors for Conference reports Kate Cavanagh and Paul Redford introduce our coverage of the 2002 Annual Conference.
This year’s Annual Conference took the Society to Blackpool, and two hotels on the North Promenade (the Imperial and the Hilton). Over four days 800 delegates grappled with three main conference...
Various conference reports from Winchester 2000
Associate Editor for Conference reports Fiona Jones introduces our coverage of the 2000 Annual Conference.
THE 2000 Annual Conference was held at Winchester for the first time, with sessions split between the historic Winchester Guildhall and the nearby Wessex Hotel. The venue was all within earshot of...
Continuing from last month, Fiona Jones, Associate Editor for Conference reports, presents more reports from the Society’s Annual Conference held in Belfast in April.
Continuing from last month, Fiona Jones, Associate Editor for Conference reports, presents a further selection of reports from the Society’s London Conference held in December.
16-17 December 1997, Institute of Education