Month: September 2020

The blog of life – Episode Two: Breaking Bad Habits

Are you eating too much chocolate? Do you feel twitchy when you cannot answer your mobile? These are just the sort of habits examined in this podcast from the British Psychological Society This is Episode Two of PsychCrunch, the new podcast from the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest. In this episode we speak to psychology …

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The Blog of Life – Returning to school after COVID-19

An interactive webinar from the British Psychological Society 01 October 2020 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm Register  Description Programme Pricing Contact This interactive webinar will take a whole school approach to mental health and give teachers an evidenced based toolkit they can rely on to support the young people in their classrooms as well as the …

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Blog of Life – When Causing Harm Is Unavoidable, We Prefer To Cause More Harm For More Benefits Rather Than Less Harm For Fewer By

By Matthew Warren Imagine that you’re an official faced with an unenviable decision: you must choose whether to establish a farm on existing land which can produce enough to feed 100 hungry families, or cut down an acre of rainforest to create a larger farm able to feed 500 hungry families. What choice would you make? …

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