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The British Psychological Society has joined over 60 organisations from across Europe calling for the European Parliament to ease restrictions on sharing health information, currently in force around its data protection laws.
The Summer Budget 2015 and Comprehensive Spending Review could have provided the Government
Are you a postdoctoral researcher who wishes to attend a conference in the UK or abroad? If so, the British Psychological Society may be able to help.
Our monthly magazine talks to Dr Helen Cassaday from the University of Nottingham, the British Psychological Society's Research Board portfolio holder for animal welfare.
A group of science lectures held in pubs across UK cities in May included three nights of psychology and neurobiology talks in Birmingham. The Pint of Science Festival takes place in nine countries and 50 cities across the same three nights, and on the second evening the Birmingham audience heard talks on animals and children.
When psychologists scan the brains of a group of people, they usually do so in the hope that the findings will generalise more widely.
The British Psychological Society’s award-winning Research Digest blog will be celebrating a decade of existence with a ‘heavenly evening’ at Senate House, University of London on Wednesday 9 December 2015.
You know that motivating your students, ensuring their best in exams and helping them relate their learning to real life can be a challenge.
The winners of the poster prize competition held at our Annual Conference earlier this month have been announced. They are:
Professor Daryl O’Connor from the Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, is the new chair of the British Psychological Society’s Research Board.
A survey into the effects of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) on Early Career Researchers has shown that many feel that it creates pressure and anxiety which largely impacts on those at the ‘bottom rung’ of the career ladder.
The effectiveness of long-term injectable antipsychotics, preschool-onset depression and self-harm in adolescents are among the subjects under discussion in the May 2015 issue of Evidence-Based Mental Health (EBMH).
The University of Glasgow is hosting the 2015 PsyPAG Conference from Wednesday 22 to Friday 24 July. PsyPAG – the Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group – is a national organisation for all psychology postgraduates based at UK Institutions.
The Research Board is responsible for the promotion, advancement and diffusion of a knowledge of psychology pure and applied, and to encourage new developments in psychological science and its applications.
Research on the psychological stress experienced by sport performers and on autism and social cognition has won two early-career researchers an award from the British Psychological Society.
A survey of individual researchers experience of Research Excellence Framework (REF) indicates that clinical psychology and social psychology researchers, along with mixed-method and qualitative researchers, were less likely to have their wo
Psychology undergraduates will be encouraged to look to their futures at the British Psychological Society’s Scottish Branch undergraduate conference at t
The current round of the BPS Research Board's Postdoctoral Conference Bursary Scheme to support the work of psychology postdoctoral researchers and lecturers will close on Wednesday 1 April 2015.
Championing the active role of mental health service users in research and influencing increased access to cognitive behavioural therapies are just two of the topics under discussion in the latest additions to the British Psychological Society's audio interview series.
Adolescent brains, modern families and the science of laughter are all on the agenda for the British Psychological Society’s Student Conference in May – oh, and everything you think you know about psychology is wrong.
The journal Basic and Applied Social Psychology has banned papers which contain p-values in an effort to reduce the amount of lower-quality research it publishes.
The British Psychological Society recently sent an accreditation team to Hong Kong. It was a successful trip, resulting in the accreditation of programmes offered by two UK universities working with local partners.
In the near future, students could be presented with a series of video trailers of different professors at their university. Based on their ratings of these videos, the students will be paired with the professors who provide the best fit.
UK growth and prosperity will falter without a better grasp of human behaviour and public attitudes, especially in the service sector of the economy.
Division of Occupational Psychology - Diversity & Inclusion Working Group Inclusive Leadership: Bridging Research & Practice (In partnership with the School of Business & Management, Queen Mary University of London)
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