September 2020

Wendy Lloyd watches drama film Clemency on Curzon Home Cinema.
Chrissie Fitch watches BBC dark comedy drama, I May Destroy You (2020), by Michaela Coel, creator and main protagonist of the show – this review includes spoilers!
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.
A tribute to the former British Psychological Society President and Head of Office.
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.