General Psychology

Dr Dance, aka Dr Peter Lovatt, is one of the speakers at the British Psychological Society’s popular Psychology4Student event in London on the 1 December 2015.
A psychologist based in Italy says he has found a simple way to induce in healthy people an altered state of consciousness – simply get two individuals to look into each other's eyes for 10 minutes while they are sitting in a dimly lit room.
If you consider yourself a science buff, see if any of these terms seem familiar: 'meta-toxin', 'bio-sexual', 'retroplex'. Ringing any bells?
DCP East Midlands Branch - Public Meeting  Join us this Sunday for a public meeting  The meeting will show a video, 'Clinical Psychology Beyond the Therapy Room', followed by an opportunity for discussion.
The nose is an early warning system, urging us to look closer at what we are planning to put in our mouths. But it’s not just alerting us to questionable food.
What is hunger?  What do we mean when we say we're hungry?
Psychology of superstition podcast now available online. This podcast series looks at different aspects of the history of social psychology and is funded by a 2014 Society public engagement grant.
Registration is open for the Society's flagship event Psychology4Students that will take place in Sheffield (19 November) and London (1 December).
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.
Popular metaphors often relate to a sense – touch, sight, taste.
Psychologists gather in Milan this week (7-10 July 2015) for the 14th European Congress of Psychology organised by the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA).
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.
When you smile at a party, your facial expression is emotionally consistent with the happy context and as a consequence other guests will in future be more likely to remember that they've seen your face before, and where you were when they saw you
When we use willpower to concentrate or to resist temptation, does it leave us depleted so that we have less self-control left over to tackle new challenges?
Be careful when choosing your next passport photo or profile image as a new study published today in the British Journal of Psychology suggests we are so poor a picking good likenesses of our face that strangers make better selections.
We routinely envision future events, whether that be fantasising about next month’s beach retreat, or planning whether to hit the gym this afternoon before or after picking up the dry cleaning.
New guidelines providing information, guidance and recommendations for people working with those with hoarding difficulties are launched in London today by the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP).
Chartered Psychologists with expertise in psychological testing are invited to apply for the position of Ordinary Member of the Committee on Test Standards (CTS).
People’s evaluation of the International Olympic Commission’s decision to award London the 2012 Olympic Games depended on two potentially problematic reasons - how big a success people felt the Games had been and on how foreseeable a positive outc
The Psychologist has reported that a new BBC Radio 4 series is in production, and they are looking for help from the psychology community.
The NHS England Mental Health Taskforce is seeking views from those with lived experience and professional expertise of the sector in an online survey.  
The Times Cheltenham Science Festival will include a host of psychologists and neuroscientists talking about a variety of topics, from risky professions to the existence of free will.
Neuroscientist Dr Kris De Meyer (King’s College London) and filmmaker Sheila Marshall are putting the finishing touches to Right Between Your Ears, a documentary about how we can become convinced that we are right, even when we are completely wron
"It is our attitude at the beginning of a difficult task which, more than anything else, will affect its successful outcome."
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