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Claire Murdoch, the national director for mental health with NHS England, has praised the work of educational psychologists after the Grenfell Tower fire:
"The role of educational psychologists in helping children in that area be resilient, cope with what’s happened [and] talk about their mental health and emotional needs has been phenomenal. We absolutely have to pay tribute to them."
"Frome in Somerset has seen a dramatic fall in emergency hospital admissions since it began a collective project to combat isolation. There are lessons for the rest of the country."
Learn more about the work of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Psychology on our new dedicated webpage.
Episode 11 of our Research Digest's PsychChrunch podcast is now out, on how to get a good night's sleep.
"Researchers find elderly people with high cognitive function have more of a certain type of brain cell."
Sexual addiction: symptoms, causes, consequences. Our latest guest blog post comes from Dr Funke Baffour.
Psychology4Graduates 2017 videos now available to view.
Study of conflict situation finds one symptom that is especially indicative of PTSD vulnerability. The latest from our Research Digest blog.
"Why we need to stop telling little girls how pretty they are."
South West of England Branch undergraduate psychology conference to be held in March.
Mothers with multiple children have an intuitive grasp of behavioural genetics. The latest from our Research Digest blog.
"Mindless eating: is there something rotten behind the research?"
The 2018 Wellcome Book Prize longlist has been announced, celebrating the many ways in which literature can illuminate the breadth and depth of our relationship with health, medicine and illness.
"Open University study finds that, while students dislike collaborative learning, they are more likely to pass if they take part in it."
The Psychologist spoke to Carolyn Mair, Professor of Psychology for Fashion, on the eve of the publication of her new book, 'The Psychology of Fashion' (Routledge).
"In a new book, an argument for giving children more of a sense of control over their lives."