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28 Feb, 2020

A strategy for the future

I see three areas which we need to get right, and where we need our

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26 Feb, 2020

Psycho-physiologic disorders: Diagnosis and treatment

A number of patients experience bodily symptoms for which no clear physical cause can be

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21 Feb, 2020

Early Career Network Open Science event

The BPS is supporting early career psychologists with an event to offer guidance on some

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19 Feb, 2020

Win prizes in our psychology student competition

The BPS Conference 2020 competition is open now to all undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students

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17 Feb, 2020

Expert on reading difficulties honoured by BPS Division of Educational and Child Psychology

He received the DECP’s 2020 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Educational and Child Psychology at

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17 Feb, 2020

An Introduction to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): Features, Prevalence, Diagnosis and Support

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is likely to be the most common neurodevelopmental condition encountered

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17 Feb, 2020

Have your say on the psychological professions vision for England

This vision aims to maximise the impact of the psychological professions to deliver the objectives

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14 Feb, 2020

Assessment and treatment of firesetters using the FIPP or FIP-MO

The workshop provides an overview of the assessment and treatment of individuals with a history

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10 Feb, 2020

Victorian Mathematicians, War-time Psychologists and 70s Disco Dancers: Mary Boole Stott and Careers Advice in the BPS Archive

Some readers may be familiar with the concept of ‘Boolean logic’. Boolean logic is a

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10 Feb, 2020

Psychological Professionals Wellbeing Symposium

The Wellbeing Symposium is to get psychological professionals sharing their experiences and learning on improving

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