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New school buildings are viewed by students and staff much more positively than older buildings and contribute to reducing negative behaviour, increasing student self-esteem and encouraging students to engage more with school.

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We trawl the world's journals so you don't have to:

Human Evolution, History and Violence (British Journal of Criminology).

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The Professional Development Centre is committed to making sure members are able to take part in appropriate professional development. 

A number of online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) modules are avai

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Eye-catching studies that didn't make the final cut:

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Autism is a lifelong condition that affects over 500,000 people in the UK.

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They impress on the sports field with their rapid reactions and fancy footwork, but do athletes' abilities translate to the real world?

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An expert discusses the importance of psychology in solving most of the world's problems at an upcoming lecture at the University of Strathclyde.

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Every month since January 2008 The Psychologist has featured a One-On-One interview page in which leading psychologists are asked, among other things, to name one boo

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Members of the British Psychological Society are to gain greater access to online journals thanks to a trial arrangement set up with leading research database EBSCO.

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You know how when you're in an elevator or an underground train, everybody seems to try their darnedest not to look anyone else in the eye.

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We trawl the world's journals so you don't have to:

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Eye-catching studies that didn't make the final cut:

Is there a crisis in moral psychology?

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We produce careers resources for schools, colleges and higher educational institutions.

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Accreditation through partnership is the process by which the Society works with education providers to ensure that quality standards in education and training are met by all course and training programmes on an ongoing basis.

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Accreditation is how we reach a view on whether psychology courses are suitable to support students’ achievement of learning outcomes, and are supported by an appropriate resource base.

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Completing the Qualification gives you the necessary post graduate training to achieve the Society's Chartered status and be eligible to apply for registration with the

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The Society qualification in Educational Psychology (Scotland).

Qualification in Educational Psychology (Scotland) (Stage 2)

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The Society offers the Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN) which confers eligibility for entry onto the Society's Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists.

If you want to work as a Clinical Neuropsychologist this qua

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Our examinations and qualifications are intended for independent candidates who are not attached to accredited po

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Labour could be set to use a highly successful literacy strategy devised by Chartered Educational and Child Psychologist Professor Tommy MacKay.

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The intelligence of a nation's people can play a considerable role in its economic strength, it has been found.

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We trawl the world's journals so you don't have to...

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People in the UK have been urged to respond to a government Green Paper aimed at making the training of educational psychologists a more secure area.

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Psychologists investigating the well-being of patients with an acquired brain injury (ABI) have documented a curious phenomenon, whereby the more serious a person's brain injury, the higher their self-reported life-satisfaction.

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