February 2015

We hear from a brain injury survivor, researchers and a practitioner.
Robin Dunbar talks to Lance Workman about his attempts to see the big picture and find the big number.
Suzy Clarkson with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)
Michelle Lowe and Bob Balfour look at service provision for male sexual abuse survivors

The underreporting of the sexual abuse of males, and the societal disbelief that still presides over men’s experience of sexual violation, means that many males live in fear of reporting their...

Magda Osman refocuses our view on the evidence.

Who is ‘in control’? How do we achieve more ‘agency’? Is any ‘freedom to choose’ that we have illusory? Such debates run throughout bestsellers, including the Nobel Prize-winning work of...

Laura Soulsby and Kate Bennett consider a rich evidence base

Research has shown that social relationships are important for successful ageing. But what is meant by ‘social relationships’, what happens to such relationships as people grow older, and what is...

Jack Dutton meets those with the condition and the researchers who study them. Might it have benefits, and could it even be taught?

 

February's selection from the Society's Research Digest blog.
Ella Rhodes on a new residency.
Ella Rhodes went to hear about career opportunities at this BPS event in London