If you’ve just left school and are heading off to university after the Summer, then you’ll probably be thinking about which are the best psychology […]
You know a book was worth reading when you finish with four pages stuffed full of notes. That was exactly the case for me when […]
Psychology is roughly 200 years old, and even though some of the questions that psychologists ask are way older than that, the science of psychology is relatively young.
How is it possible not to recognise people you know? Perhaps the question should be how are we able to recognise anyone at all?
Though it’s been 20 years since The Tipping Point was first published, it’s still a great read – relevant and topical. Malcolm Gladwell is a […]
Is depression a mental illness or is depression a disability? Is there a difference between the two? What is depression anyway?
What makes going shopping so compelling, and why are people so enthusiastic to get back to the high street after so many months of only shopping online?
At £16.99 – and the most expensive book I’ve read this year – David Frayne’s Refusal of Work presents an enevitably ironic manifesto for freeing […]
Every researcher wants to publish their research. So how do you do it, and what response could you receive?