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    The experiences of primary-school teaching assistants

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    Student Committee’s response to the findings from the BPS Covid-19 impact survey

    In this article the outgoing and incoming chairs of the BPS Student Committee give their thoughts on the findings from the recent BPS Covid-19 impact survey.

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    Developing chemsex intervention services

    Guidance for psychological care provision.

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    My career as a clinical associate in psychology apprentice

    Sam Lucey, a clinical associate in psychology (CAP) apprentice at the North Hertfordshire and Stevenage Enhanced Primary Mental Health service, explains more about his role.

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    Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners - A Case Study

    Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners support people experiencing anxiety, depression, panic, stress and insomnia by providing low intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

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    The ELSA Project in Two Primary Schools: Reflections from Key Stakeholders on the Factors that Influence Implementation

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    Dyslexia, Literacy Difficulties and the Self-Perceptions of Children and Young People: a Systematic Review

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    The complexities of allyship: Tackling the inner struggle

    Today, as International Women’s Day seeks to throw the spotlight on inspiring inclusion, chartered psychologist Nadia Nagamootoo explains that psychologists have to role to play in supporting leaders to be active allies.

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    The importance of standing up for science

    Jayanthiny Kangatharan talks about her experience undertaking Sense About Science's "Standing Up For Science" workshop.

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    Parliament and the ‘Frontal Lobe Paradox’

    On 18th July 2018, representatives of the Division of Neuropsychology visited parliament to discuss and present recommendations related to the Frontal Lobe Paradox.

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    Careers in cyberpsychology – in conversation with Dr. Georgia Crossland

    This article was written by Dr. Georgia Crossland, a User Experience Researcher at Meta (previously Facebook) and edited by Dr. John Blythe, industry representative for the BPS Cyberpsychology Section.

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    South West Review

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