November 2020

Ella Rhodes reports on British Psychological Society Research Board awards.
The BBC podcast 'Bad People' by Dr Julia Shaw and Sofie Hagen, reviewed by Joh Foster.
Claire Murphy-Morgan is Artistic Director of Newcastle-based arts charity Monkfish Productions, and a Northumbria University MSc Psychology Postgraduate. Here, she talks about an arts project helping to unlock the creative potential of us all as active citizens, by sharing good news for a change…
The Dance Cure: The surprising secret to being smarter, stronger, happier by Peter Lovatt (Short Books, £9.99); reviewed by Dr Lucie Clements.
Psychology, Humour and Class: A Critique of Contemporary Psychology by Babak Fozooni (Routledge, £38.99); reviewed by Barry Morgan.
Your Anxiety Beast and You: A Compassionate Guide to Living in an Increasingly Anxious World (Exisle Publishing) by Dr Eric Goodman is out now. Deputy Editor Dr Annie Brookman-Byrne asked him about the book.
Emma Young digests the research on self-knowledge.

There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one’s self.
Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanac, 1750.

British Psychological Society for Dr Lee Jones. Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes on a new statement and guidance on lived experience.