Personal Development

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Inspired Thinking Outside The Box - A program to empower psychologists to seize control of their career and command their life

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The LIFEMATTERS HP-V program is a set of tools to help healthcare professionals in training and in practice learn how to:

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Campaigns to increase the level of happiness in Society could have the ironic effect, of making sad people feel sadder, suggests new research reported on our

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Spending time living abroad can set the creative juices flowing.

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Facebook and other social networking sites make people feel good about themselves, new research has suggested, but a British psychologist is sceptical.

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Satisfaction is linked to greater resilience in life.

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Variety could well prove to be the spice of life after new research found that while happiness can increase after major life changes, this feeling might fade over time.

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People who maintain a balanced time perspective are more likely to be happy, new research has suggested.

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myCPD is an online system provided by the BPS Learning Centre. It provides a structured framework for planning and recording CPD.

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Thinking about death and having a greater awareness of mortality can prove beneficial, new research has suggested.

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If you put on a front at work – don't worry, it probably won't do you any harm. But it is important to show your true self to your partner if you want to be healthy and happy.

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Some people may be born nice because their genes direct them towards such behaviour.

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The major decisions people make throughout their life could be affected by how long they expect to live.

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Professor Stephen Joseph appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme this morning to talk about people’s reaction to devastating events and his new book What Doesn’t Kill Us: The New Ps

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Children today are not experiencing the great outdoors to the same degree as generations before them. According to a new report from the National Trust, relationships between kids and nature is suffering a dramatic decline, the effects of which will be felt for a long time.

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A person's self-control can be strengthened, new research has suggested.

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A person's mental quality of life improves with age, new research has suggested.

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A focused training programme can serve to improve a person's memory, new research has found.

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A person's ability to love, trust and resolve conflicts with others is something that begins developing as early as infancy.

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As part of the Society's ongoing commitment to enhance the benefits of membership

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Self-regulation can be diminished through simple reminders of God, new research has suggested.

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Positive body image increases as people get older, new research has suggested.

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Visualising a goal and watching progress made towards the aim makes it easier to achieve, new research has shown.

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