Over on The Psychologist, where I am Deputy Editor, we are seeking a part-time (3 days per week) Deputy Editor (Digital) to job share with me. Find out more on the website: https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/could-you-be-our-deputy-editor-digital
20 April 2021
22 February 2021
Susan Cousins shared psychological insights following a racist online attack. Read the Q&A on The Psychologist website: Cyber-racism – it doesn't just happen to footballers.
17 February 2021
15 February 2021
In my latest blog post for the Jacobs Foundation blog on learning and development I report on a new paper about maths anxiety.
Read the post here: Maths anxiety is a global concern.
The March issue of The Psychologist features my mini-review of the brilliant book 'Telling science stories: Reporting, Crafting and Editing for Journalists and Scientists' (Routledge) by Martin W. Angler.
Read the review here: And, but, therefore and more
18 December 2020
My report on Professor Sir Michael Marmot's brilliant seminar can be found on The Psychologist website at: https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/building-fairer-future
The seminar focused on what government has got wrong over the last 10 years, and what it should do to build back fairer post-Covid.
10 December 2020
For my latest piece on BOLD, I spoke to Sébastien Goudeau about a new paper he co-authored with Andrei Cimpian, on their hypothesis that young children believe differences in achievement are due to stable personal characteristics. You can read the full piece here.
09 December 2020
The January 2021 issue of The Psychologist is a vegan special - looking at the psychological evidence around veganism, to coincide with Veganuary. This is a fantastic issue that we've been working on for a long time so I am very excited to see it out. You can read my editorial and all of the pieces here: A vegan future?
08 December 2020
My report from the BPS and Senate House Library online webinar is now online. It contains plenty of advice and resources for early career researchers and you can read it here: Conducting quality research.
02 December 2020
This report from the BPS Careers in Psychology online event was written with journalist Ella Rhodes and managing editor Dr Jon Sutton. I attended the final part of the day, watching Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton and Professor Carol Dando give fascinating talks about their careers. The report is called 'Careers are squiggly', and my section starts 'That fire in your belly'. You can read it here.