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Revisiting ‘In Dialogue with Professor Stephanie Taylor about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event’

Blogs from the 'In Dialogue' series are attracting a lot of attention. In case you missed this, below is the blog about Stephanie's talk: ‘A Positive Legacy? Creative Subjectivities in the Wake of the Pandemic’ Sue: What’s this talk all about, Stephanie? Stephanie: This talk is about creativity. We all understand the word and probably… Continue reading Revisiting ‘In Dialogue with Professor Stephanie Taylor about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event’

Cultural Psychology, CUSP, Events, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world

In Dialogue with Professor Stephanie Taylor about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

‘A Positive Legacy? Creative Subjectivities in the Wake of the Pandemic’ Sue: What’s this talk all about, Stephanie? Stephanie: This talk is about creativity. We all understand the word and probably share some similar views about what it means and about the kinds of people who are creative. The understanding and views are part of… Continue reading In Dialogue with Professor Stephanie Taylor about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

CUSP, Events, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world, Student news

A positive legacy? Creative subjectivities in the wake of the pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted heavily on the previously celebrated global sector of the creative industries. Contemporary discourses of creativity and creative work derive in large part from psychological research that both draws on and challenges the elite associations of the arts. Professor Stephanie Taylor's lecture adopts a critical discursive psychological approach to challenge accounts… Continue reading A positive legacy? Creative subjectivities in the wake of the pandemic

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Political Psychology in the BPS – contributions from the School

The Political Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society aims to 'promote Political Psychology in the UK and globally, enabling and empowering citizens with the political skills to meaningfully shape policy, practice and their worlds.' In the Summer 2020 bulletin of the Section, two CuSP members write about recent news events: Dr Karen Hagan analyses political speeches from… Continue reading Political Psychology in the BPS – contributions from the School