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Growth in Stockholm

Two very different meetings (and venues) mark this week, but both important for the British Psychological Society.

On Thursday and Friday we met in Leicester as a ‘General Assembly’; bringing together the representatives of most of the various subsystems - Branches, Sections, Divisions and Special Groups of the Society. I came away really optimistic and proud of the Society.

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Psychology is a discipline and profession that spans the whole range of human experience. Members of the Society are experts in things that really matter to people: relationships, education and learning, mental health, health, politics, sport, crime, work, how organisations function, prejudice and intercultural understanding, and more.

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History of the Psychological Disciplines Seminar Series

All seminars except one were held at UCL Arts and Humanities Common Room (G24), Foster Court, Malet Place, London WC1.

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Professor Peter KindermanSucceeding Jamie Hacker Hughes as President of the British Psychological Society will be both a

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The year 2015 saw the Society making progress on a number of important matters.

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The Membership and Standards Board is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the reputation of the Society by ensuring that high standards are consistently set and maintained in respect of membership of the Society, professional training in psy

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In this interview Professor Peter Fonagy talks about his research with people with borderline personality disorder. He also talks about the symptoms of borderline personality disorder and the theory of mentalising.

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In this interview Chartered Psychologist Professor Tim Dalgleish discusses clinical depression and memory. Tim talks about his research into how people with depression tend to remember memories in a negative way and how they also have difficulty generating specific memories. Tim also explains how, systematically practicing coming up with specific memories from the past helps alleviate the symptoms of depression.

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In this interview Chartered Psychologist Dr Rachel Arnold discusses stress in sports performers.

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Wednesday 2 March 2016, 10am - 4pm

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It was good to get a sneak preview of the next BPS annual confer

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The year ahead is going to be very exciting indeed and, following on from our General Assembly in Leic

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Before we all stop for Christmas I just wanted to send you a personal note to thank you all for al

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Ten of the most frequently asked questions about member payments and fees.

How much does it cost to be a member of the Society?

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I spent the first week of December at three separate BPS events, all held in London.

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This page contains information about volunteer opportunities with the Society.  Opportunities listed on this page are not remunerated and therefore are not subject to the Society's general terms and conditions of employment.

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