Journalist Ella Rhodes and Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne report selected highlights from the Division of Forensic Psychology online conference. Plus an update on Division activity from the Chair Dr Geraldine Akerman.
Ella Rhodes on the formation and work of the UK Trauma Council.
Ella Rhodes reports from the Ig Nobel awards, for research which makes you smile and think.
Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne reports from ‘Connecting individuals, families and communities in changing and challenging times’, an online event in place of the BPS Social Psychology Section annual conference.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports on developments at the World Health Organisation.
Nominations for the British Psychological Society prize, with links to features / interviews in The Psychologist.
The 'attainment gap' between the most and least advantaged school pupils was brought into sharp focus after the furore over disparities in A-level results, and recent reports suggesting that years of progress to narrow this gap have been lost thanks to Covid-19 measures. Ella Rhodes spoke to two educational psychologists about their role in supporting pupils, families, schools and teachers to address the attainment gap.
The winners of this year’s British Psychological Society Practice Board awards have been announced, including a pioneer of parenting programmes, an expert in perinatal psychology and birth trauma and a team using cards for change. Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports on changes to clinical psychology training.
Recent rises in clinical psychology doctoral places in England, Wales and Scotland are good news for the many people attracted to a career in the area. But how can we ensure that the clinical...
Ella Rhodes reports.
Wellcome Photography Prize shortlist announced.
That's according to a study by University College London, the University of East London and the University of Bedfordshire.
Claire Bone, Ellen Duff, Liza Monaghan, Diane Morrison and Helen Wigglesworth (Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust) outline work to get out of the clinic room and connect in different ways with local communities.
Psychologists are providing evidence summaries to highlight the risks and harms of lockdown for children and adolescents.
On 30 June and 1 July, when the British Psychological Society’s 2020 Conference should have been held in Leeds, hundreds of delegates convened instead online. Here, we introduce links to all our coverage.
In her first address as BPS President Occupational Psychologist Dr Hazel McLaughlin outlined her vision for her presidential year as the Society, and the world, grapples with change. Ella Rhodes reports.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes reports from a panel discussion at the British Psychological Society's online annual conference.
Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne reports from Professor Alison Gopnik’s keynote at the British Psychological Society's online 2020 Conference.
Our editor Jon Sutton on Professor Paul Slovic’s keynote at the British Psychological Society’s online conference.
Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne reports from Professor Miranda Wolpert MBE’s keynote at the British Psychological Society's online 2020 Conference.
Our editor Jon Sutton reports from Professor Stephen Reicher's opening keynote at the British Psychological Society's online 2020 Conference.
Jon Sutton reports from the British Psychological Society's Division of Health Psychology online conference.
A new psychologically-informed children's storybook, freely available.
Sarb Bajwa writes.