British Psychological Society


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British Psychological Society

A charity which, through its Royal Charter, is charged with overseeing psychology and psychologists in the UK. The Society was formed in 1901, has more than 45,000 members, and is responsible for developing, promoting and applying pure and applied psychology for the public good.
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The British Psychological Society (2003) Dyslexia, Literacy and Psychological Assessment, Leicester, The British Psychological Society.
Graham Jones, a member of the British Psychological Society said that the internet has become an integral part of human life, for governments, businesses and socially, but it has also weakened our memory.
Dr Robinson told the annual conference of the British Psychological Society in Harrogate, North Yorkshire: "By better understanding such crisis episodes, psychologists are well-placed to understand mental health problems in this age group, and help to promote positive post-crisis growth.
People are far more likely to continue exercising if they feel their instructor is committed to them, sport development lecturer Dr Paul Davis is to tell the British Psychological Society conference today.
The findings of the research by Kate Hodgson, Dr Katherine Shelton and Dr Marianne Van den Bree will be presented today at the Developmental Section Conference of the British Psychological Society in Glasgow.
TWO A-level students from Tyneside are celebrating after being named the highest-performing students in the country by the British Psychological Society.
There are morning people and evening people, and morning people tend to be healthier and happier as well as having lower body mass indices, the Telegraph quoted Dr Joerg Huber as telling a British Psychological Society conference.
Child development is a process, not a race," says author Leach, a fellow of the British Psychological Society and a senior research fellow at Birkbeck University of London.
Dr Johnson will present his findings at the annual conference of the British Psychological Society in Stratford-upon-Avon today.
Dr Workman, who says people clearly linked the Birmingham accent with criminal activity, revealed the results of his project at the British Psychological Society conference in Dublin yesterday.
The British Psychological Society (BPS) has designed these materials as training modules for those who will be administrators of the BPS occupational test.
One explanation could be that the under-25s did not expect to have much control over their work, according to the paper, which will be presented to the British Psychological Society.

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