In The Psychologist


Including children in their own education
The Division of Educational and Child Psychology annual conference.

Incredible neuroscience
The launch of the British Neuroscience Association's 'Credibility in neuroscience' manifesto at the House of Commons.

What's the mechanism?
The Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development's 21st anniversary celebration in London.

Fly or die in academia?
A symposium on reducing flying in academia at the University of Sheffield.

Difficult conversations in the SpeakEasy
Written with Jon Sutton, psychology-themed events at Latitude Festival.

Seeking accuracy before balance
Three sessions from the World Conference of Science Journalists in Switzerland.

Frameworks for impact
The knowledge exchange and impact session at the British Psychological Society annual conference.

Can individual differences tell us more?
Professor Gina Rippon's invited talk on myths of the female brain.


Exposing the facts of patriarchy
The Guilty Feminist by Deborah Frances-White and Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez.

Hope, resilience, and mental toughness
Desert Island Discs with firefighter and psychologist Sabrina Cohen-Hatton.

Find the reason
The play 'Reasons to Stay Alive' based on Matt Haig's book.

The secret to great storytelling
The Science of Storytelling by Will Storr.

Bringing morris to the masses
'For Folk's Sake: Morris Dancing and Me' on BBC Four.


'It's an exciting time to be researching and writing about drugs'
Suzi Gage on her new book Say why to drugs.

'There is a spectrum of responses to killing far-off enemies'
Peter Lee on his field research with RAF Reaper drone pilots.

'We need to support our diverse population'
Susan Cousins on her new book Overcoming Everyday Racism.

Creating compassionate NHS organisations
Maria Kordowicz on the importance of compassion in the workplace.

'Games have helped me a lot throughout my life'
Pete Etchells on his new book Lost in a Good Game.

'These are big, contentious conversations'
Nathan Filer on his new book The Heartland.


From my time as a PhD student, an examination of the field of educational neuroscience.


Learning styles and research
From my time as PhD student, contributing to the debate on learning styles.

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