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People who feel connected to nature are more prone to “electrosensitivity”
A new study in the Journal of Health Psychology sheds new light on electrosensitivity by suggesting that it is people who feel especially connected to nature – normally considered a positive trait –...
30 March 2017
Comradeship under civil and political uncertainty
We need to consider carefully what practical steps we may be able to take to help our Turkish colleagues, together with colleagues in EFPA.
29 March 2017
Psychological Dimensions of Dementia: Putting the Person at the Centre of Care
The following report, put together by the British Psychological Society Dementia Advisory Group, presents a psychological perspective on the nature and experience of dementia, outlines the extensive...
12 November 2016
BPS Professional Practice Guidelines (Second Edition)
30 January 2017
BPS Briefing Paper: Alternatives to Antipsychotic Medication - Psychological Approaches in Managing Psychological and Behavioural Distress in People With Dementia
13 January 2017
BPS Call to Action: Reform of the Work Capability Assessment
17 December 2016