Developmental Psychology

The Psychologist will be making an appearance at a major UK festival this summer. ‘The Psychologist and Wellcome Trust presents…’ slot at the Latitude Festival pairs psychologist Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore with author Fiona Neill, for a discussion in the Literary Arena titled ‘Being Young Never Gets Old – Teenagers Debunked’.
"The Culture of Poverty”, published in 1966, was hugely influential, persuading many policy makers that children from low-income families are destined for lives of “criminality, joblessness, and poverty” because they exist in enclaves characterise
For adults, let alone children, time is a tricky concept to comprehend.
2014 was a very busy year for the Developmental Section. Highlights of our Section activities this year include a fantastic annual conference in Amsterdam and the development of our grants scheme for section members.
The British Psychological Society welcomes the announcement of a five-year plan for a complete overhaul of mental health services for children and young people in England.
The British Psychological Society welcomes the announcement by Treasury Secretary Danny Alexander that extra funding will be provided to improve mental health services in England in this week’s Budget.
These days it's hard to avoid the message that thin is best. From advertising billboards to the Oscar red carpet, we are inundated with images of successful ultra-thin women.
Children who sometimes lack sympathy for others are more likely to share resources with those friends if they respect their morals suggests a paper published this week in the British Journal of Developmental Psychology.
Millions of women around the world have given birth to children with the help of IVF and related medical procedures.
Threatening children with punishment if they tell a lie is ultimately counter-productive, a study has suggested.
All parents have to come to terms with the fact that their little angels will, from time to time, act like little devils. They’ll throw tantrums over trivial issues, or they’ll push, hit, bite or scratch other kids.
Today’s Guardian reports the findings of a survey on the prescription of drugs to treat hyperactivity in preschool children.
Infants who are behaviourally inhibited and insecurely attached to their parents are more likely to develop anxiety problems as teenagers, according to a new study.
The Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Taskforce is seeking suggestions from professionals who work with children and young people directly or indirectly, about how mental health services could be improved for children and you
Boys are more likely than girls to use relational aggression in an effort to harm or manipulate other people, a new study has concluded.
On our Research Digest, guest blogger Jordan Gaines Lewis reports on a new study.
The Children and Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing Taskforce is calling on frontline professionals to air their views on how
Musical training can help to enhance a person's cognitive abilities, a new study has revealed.
Mistakes made during the learning process can be good for a person's memory, according to a new study.
Picture a one-year-old infant crawling across a table top. Half way across, the surface becomes transparent so that it appears there is a deep drop.
The amount of education a mother receives can influence their child's academic success, according to a new study.
Understand the effects of complex trauma on children’s behaviour and develop appropriate responses. Timetable
This CPD event will explore neurodevelopmental disorders focusing particularly on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
**Please note: This workshop is fully booked** Create and utilise mixed methods research designs in applied psychology. Timetable
Most parents lie to their children, often as a way to control their behaviour.
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