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Guardian piece on the significance of increasing online surveillance for researchers and study participants.

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The 'snooper's charter' is a threat to academic freedom

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Guardian piece on mental health detentions including quotes from our President Peter Kinderman.

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CQC to investigate as mental health detentions hit 10-year high

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A longitudinal study led by Erin Barker, an assistant professor of psychology at Concordia University in Montreal, shows that it is students who experience bouts of negativity – rather than those who are consistently happy or unhappy – who graduate with the best marks.

Students who go through bouts of ‘negativity’ achieve ‘best marks’

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The Metro investigate the phenomenon of rage rooms and whether they're a good idea, with the aid of psychologist Isabel Clarke.

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Why rage rooms are a really bad idea

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The Division of Educational and Child Psychology's annual conference has been continuing in Harrogate today.

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Educational psychologists debate selective schooling at their annual conference | BPS Beta Site

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The need for change. Latest blog post from BPS Vice-President Jamie Hacker Hughes, addressing the importance and potential impact of our structural review.

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The need for change | BPS Beta Site

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Replication success correlates with researcher expertise (but not for the reasons you might think). The latest from our Research Digest blog.

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Replication success correlates with researcher expertise (but not for the reasons you might think) | BPS Beta Site

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Congratulations to Professor Irvine Gersch, who received the DECP Distinguished Contribution to Educational Psychology Award at the Division's annual conference in Harrogate today.

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DECP Distinguished Contribution to Educational Psychology Award to be presented today | BPS Beta Site

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Should we be taking masturbation breaks at work? The Metro investigate with help from BPS member Mark Sergeant.

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Should we be taking masturbation breaks at work?

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The British Psychological Society (BPS) and The Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) welcome the Prime Minister's announcement this week to support mental wellbeing in the workplace.

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BPS and SOM welcome Prime Minister's announcement | BPS Beta Site

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Why conservatives like to use nouns more than liberals do. The latest from our Research Digest blog.

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Why conservatives like to use nouns more than liberals do | BPS Beta Site

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Important and interesting piece on the mental health requirements of people who are detained at Immigration Removal Centres in England.

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Immigration Removal Centres in England

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'Social justice and psychological science in the workplace'. The latest blog from our President Peter Kinderman.

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Social justice and psychological science in the workplace | BPS Beta Site

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Paltering feels less bad than lying but will cost you in the long run. Latest from our Research Digest blog.

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Paltering feels less bad than lying but will cost you in the long run | BPS Beta Site

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'Revenge really is sweet': National newspaper piece on research that was covered recently in our Research Digest blog.

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A new study finds revenge really is sweet, as it boosts out mood

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An interesting piece on the role of educational psychologists in light of Theresa May's speech yesterday, quoting the statement from our President Professor Peter Kinderman.

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Where are the EPs? Theresa May, mental health and schools - edpsy.org.uk

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Teenagers' brains process risk differently when mum is around. The latest from our Research Digest blog.

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Teenagers' brains process risk differently when mum is around | BPS Beta Site

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Leaders and managers should be taught how to 'love' their staff. Research from last week's Division of Occupational Psychology annual conference in Liverpool.

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UK employers could do more to encourage staff to switch off at home. Research from last week's Division of Occupational Psychology annual conference.

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UK employers could do more to encourage staff to switch off at home | BPS Beta Site

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“Additional resources and expert health and social care professionals are needed to ensure that all individual needs can be met and that the provision of appropriate support allows for choice of type of intervention and method of delivery."

BPS response to Theresa May's speech on mental health | BPS Beta Site

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