Mathematical, Statistical And Computing

There could be genetic factors at work when it comes to determining whether or not people are anxious about maths, according to a new
Special Group For Independent Practitioners Supporting the needs of independent practitioners to combine competently and ethically their psychological practice with the necessity to develop and maintain a business.
A new study has discovered that there are two different ways in which the brain is able to process numbers - and they both seem to depend on the structure of the organ as opposed to learnt methods.
Welcome to the Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPOP, also known as PSIGE) The Faculty of the Psychology of Older People provides a forum for psychologists with an interest in work with older people.
The MSC Section aims to promote the advancement and diffusion of the use of mathematics, statistics and computing in psychology and to arrange conferences, meetings, lectures and discussions of special interest to psychologists working in the fiel
There's an unfounded gender stereotype that says women aren't as good at maths as men. Reminding them of this prior to a maths task usually undermines their performance - just one example of a harmful phenomenon known as stereotype threat.
Our Mathematics, Statistics & Computing Section is running a ‘hackathon’ at the Society office in London on Friday 21 June.
A large part of the Section’s activity was focused on the need to update our Rules and Regulations. A special meeting of the Mathematical, Statistical and Computing Section Committee was held in November to do this and a vote at the Annual Ge
The day will cover an introduction to methods of quantitative analysis. The session will include a discussion of some of the pragmatics and practicalities of conducting quantitative research and analysis.
The Mathematical, Statistical and Computing Psychology Section provides a forum to e
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