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A woman's memories of giving birth are more heavily influenced by the intensity of the labour, rather than the length, according to a new study.
Professor Til Wykes, from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London, is the recipient of the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) 2014 Award for Promoting Equality of Opportunity for her part in championing the active role of mental health service users in research.
As the British Army leaves Afghanistan today, it is a time for reflection. Inevitably there will be transitions to be negotiated. Our Wessex Branch’s Annual Military Psychology Conference at the Defence Academy, Shrivenham, will focus on these transitions from the perspective of different stakeholders.
Chartered psychologist Dr Helen Fisher is among the specialists to be honoured with an MQ Fellows Award.
People with depression have poorer intuition, a new study published in the British Journal of Clinical Psychology has found.
MindEd, the e-learning portal on young people’s mental health supported by the British Psychological Society, now offers over 260 separate e-learning sessions across seven different curricula.
People who are going through a mental health crisis are often being turned away from health-based places of safety, a healthcare regulator has warned.
Depression has been named as the most widespread non-motor symptom of people with Parkinson's disease.
Young people who act as a carer in their household are likely to experience chronic emotional stress, a new study has found.
The social and economic costs of perinatal mental health problems in the UK come to £8.1 billion a year, a new report has revealed.
The Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology takes place at the Holiday Inn London Regent's Park Hotel on 28 November 2014. Its title is ‘The added value of clinical neuropsychology’.
The Third Military Psychological Wellbeing Conference organised by the British Psychological Society's Wessex Branch takes place on 5 and 6 November 2014.
Many service personnel who have committed suicide did so because of traumatic experiences prior to their enlistment, according to a new study.
Following the success of the joint Divisional conference on ‘Therapeutic Interventions with a Difference: Action not Words’ held in October 2013, a follow-up ev
A new study of almost three million people born in Denmark between 1955 and 2006 has found that almost all mental disorders are more strongly associated with teenage or mothers in their early twenties than with mothers in their late twenties.
Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of psychological treatments are urgently required to inform recommendations for clinical practice with young people who self-harm.
The cognitive skills of older people are better in the morning than the afternoon, according to new
Females can be more susceptible to Alzheimer's disease if they display neurotic tendencies, according to a new study.
Implementing NHS Culture Change: Contributions from Occupational Psychology The Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) will be launching their policy report, ‘Implementing NHS Culture Change: Contributions from Occupati
Photographs depicting daily life in the Lake District between the 1930s and 1960s are helping to trigger memories in people with dementia.
Young people can be trained to identify emotional cues from others, according to a new study.
The DCP Faculty for Eating Disorders will be hosting a CPD Day to include the AGM.  There will be three components to the day - Professional Developments
Talking could be a more effective therapy for social anxiety disorder than medication, according to a new study.
Researchers at Concordia University have identified a means of predicting who is most susceptible to stress.
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