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What can psychology contribute to addressing bullying amongst children and young people in schools and communities?

Photo credit: BPS From left to right: Stephen Robinson, Senior Lecturer Open University; Dr Sarah Ruston, Chair BPS Division of Forensic Psychology Northern Ireland; Professor Siobhan O’Neil, Mental Health Champion Northern Ireland; Emeritus Professor Peter K. Smith, Goldsmiths College; Emeritus Professor Mona Moore, Trinity College Dublin; Dr Barbara McConnell, Senior Lecturer Stranmillis College; Dr Karen… Continue reading What can psychology contribute to addressing bullying amongst children and young people in schools and communities?

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SPSSI (2023) Conference is Coming up!

June 25-27, Denver Colorado. The submission deadline is February 6, 2023 The next SPSSI conference (2023): "Transforming Our World: Using Research and Action to Address (In)Visible Wounds" is coming up in June, 25-27, in Denver, Colorado. The call for conference submission is now open with the deadline of February 6, 2023. Visit SPSSI website for… Continue reading SPSSI (2023) Conference is Coming up!

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New publication by Professor Sarah Crafter: Crisis for whom?

Photo credit UCL Press This new publication by Professor Sarah Crafter, The Open University, and edited with colleagues from University College London and CINVESTAV, Mexico examines the link between 'childhood', 'migration', ‘care’ and 'crisis'. Venezuelan children in Colombia are turned away from shelters for migrants because they are not accompanied by their parents. Children who… Continue reading New publication by Professor Sarah Crafter: Crisis for whom?

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Students! Psychology terms explained! Revisiting our very popular series…

Definition of the Day You may have missed this Blog back in the Summer, so here it is again, one of our very popular posts! OU Psychology & Counselling have launched the 'Definition of the Day' tweets. Inspired by Susie Dent’s 'Word of the Day' Tweets, our very own Dr Camilla Elphick developed this idea… Continue reading Students! Psychology terms explained! Revisiting our very popular series…

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School of Psychology & Counselling, more recent blogs.

Two more blogs from the recent 2021-2022 academic year, highlights from the School of Psychology & Counselling 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. By Dr Stephanie Taylor Intergenerational play at a distance:… Continue reading School of Psychology & Counselling, more recent blogs.