'Understanding Gender Based Violence and Harassment: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective' Wednesday, May 25, 2022- 11:30 to 13:00 (online). The British Psychological Society (BPS) London & Home Counties Branch and the Psychology of Women and Equalities section are hosting a virtual event that will explore gender based violence and harassment from a multi disciplinary perspective. During the… Continue reading Dr Lisa Lazard to participate in a panel discussion at the BPS event
Want to study a PhD in Psychology but don't know how to apply or what it involves? The Open University has a free OpenLearn course to bridge that gap. Authored by our Professor Stephanie Taylor, this course shows pathways for psychology graduates and the challenges and rewarding features of PhD study. Read more on the… Continue reading Want to know what a PhD in Psychology is all about?
Professor Jovan Byford (School of Psychology & Counselling, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University) about the Covid-19 in relation to the psychology of conspiracy theories What has the Covid-19 pandemic taught us about the psychology of conspiracy theories? Two years ago this week, at the very start of the current pandemic, the… Continue reading What has the Covid-19 pandemic taught us about the psychology of conspiracy theories?
Blogs from the 'In Dialogue' series are attracting a lot of attention. In case you missed this, below is the blog about The NICE Guideline for Depression in Adults: What is all the brouhaha about methodologies? In the original symposium- ‘Using Research to Impact Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice and Mental Health Policy’ Felicitas talked about… Continue reading Revisiting the Blog From the ‘In Dialogue’ Series’ – Professor Naomi Moller and Dr Felicitas Rost talk about the symposium presented at the OPRC Launch Event