Being around birds can boost your mental wellbeing
Participants in diary study reported greater wellbeing when they could see or hear birds, and this effect wasn't simply caused by being in nature more generally.
House and home
Our latest edition has articles and interviews around why Psychologists should pay more attention to the concept.
Georgia Wilson with an Assistant Psychologist’s perspective.
- ...climate changeWe bring you a collection of links to articles on the psychology of war and peace.
- ...getting confidence rightShaoni Bhattacharya trawls our archive to find out when it works, and if – as the Dunning-Kruger Effect suggests – a little learning can be a dangerous thing.
- ...the psychology of friendsWe trawl our archive for insights into why friendship matters.
- …happinessHappiness over time, mixed emotions, money and happiness and much more.
- …war and peacePsychology and war, and paths to peace.
A psychotherapist paints
Morris Nitsun, with insights from the border of art and psychotherapy, explored more in his book.
We consider the history of Psychology, and the psychology of history.
…collected in our archive.
For several years, we carried 'centrespread' posters with an emphasis on the visual… here, we collect them together.
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