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Parents who think failure is harmful to learning have children who think ability is fixed
Research Digest: Why we believe rudeness is increasing
Are we really in the midst of a unusual plague of incivility? It seems unlikely given that most eras make the same complaint. Instead, we're...
The Psychologist: Reproducibility crisis? What crisis?
A huge audience of psychologists, students and researchers was drawn to the British Psychological Society debate in London about the...
Do chimps have human rights and do human wrongs?
Jack is on trial for murder and you could be on the jury. The twist? Jack is a chimpanzee.The trial takes place tonight (Thursday 9 June) at the...
Modern masculinity explored at Science Festival
The popular annual Cheltenham Science Festival is hosting a sold-out British Psychological Society supported event this evening on the topic ‘The...
Research Digest: You laugh differently with friends and strangers
The amount and type of laughter between two people can potentially tell us much more than that they are sharing a joke.For example, friends laugh...
New mothers’ lives can be transformed by psychologists
Pregnant women and new mothers need more expert psychological support across maternity services and mental health settings such as community...
Exploring Arctic expeditions
Imagine going on an expedition through the Arctic, carrying a heavy pack with everything you need to survive at sub-zero temperatures, battling the...
All consuming myths
Can beer make you smarter? Are blueberries the key to a long and healthy life? Newspaper headlines appear almost every week that make bold claims...
Rehabilitation after brain injury
To conclude the highly popular student conference, the Deputy Warden of Goldsmiths University of London, Professor Jane Powell, delivered a moving...
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