“Retracted” memories influence our thoughts and behaviour just as much as real ones
Even after we realise a memory is false it can continue to influence us, in both helpful and harmful ways.
'People like us…'
The psychology of class-based identities, interventions, and injunctions in education.
‘I would like to help to reunify the Society’
Ella Rhodes meets new Society President Dr Nicky Hayes to hear about her plans for her time in office.
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