Consciousness & Experiential

A talk at the Cheltenham Literature Festival tomorrow (Friday 10 October) aims to inspire listeners to see mindfulness as a way of 'being', a different way of approaching everyday life,
The BPS Consciousness & Experiential Psychology Section (CEP) annual conference opens today and will run till Saturday 6 September at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
A new study has suggested that meditation could help the brain to process more thoughts and emotions than would be the case during simple rest.
Our use of laughter and swearing as forms of emotional expression are two of the topics featured in a new BPS series of audio interviews with prominent psychologists.
Details For more information and full programme details, please see the event website.
For full details about this event and to book please visit the event website.
Teddy bears and cuddly "haptic" jackets could be the solution to existential angst for people with low self-esteem.
Touch can improve the state of mind of those with low self-esteem when they are confronting existential fears, new
Welcome to the Consciousness and Experiential Section! The Consciousness and Experiential Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into all aspects of consciousness research and experiential psychology.
Student behaviours could be improved through meditation, new research has suggested.
It has been another vibrant year for the Section.
The conference will examine the aims and practices of neurophenomenology in an attempt to gauge its success at eradicating the explanatory gap. Details Keynote Speakers
A wide-ranging group of speakers gathered at the Royal Institute of Philosophy 2011 Conference in Bristol from 31 August to 2 September.
The Consciousness and Experiential Section provides a forum to exchange ideas and promote research into all aspects of consciousness research and experiential psychology.
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