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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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What goes for passengers goes for pilots A 'position statement' published by The British Psychology Society says crew members and pilots can suffer from fatigue, caused by jetlag, unsocial working hours, 12-hour shifts, and the stress that comes with normal life, like juggling family commitments at home.
(1994) Effective Teamwork; The British Psychology Society.) www.srds.co.uk/cedtraining/handouts/hand40.htm.
Carly Edwards, from Aberdare, who is also visually impaired, was named the joint winner of the British Psychology Society (Welsh Branch) prize after three years of almost constant pain.
The study, which was also carried out by Prof Kevin Daniels, was presented yesterday at the British Psychology Society's Occupational Psychology Conference in Bristol.
And, says the British Psychology Society, that leaves them more prone to physical and mental illness.
of Surrey) presents a textbook addressing the syllabus requirements for the Level One Knowledge criterion for membership of the British Psychology Society's Division of Occupational Psychology.
Speaking at the British Psychology Society's conference on substance abuse in the US, she said media attention made doctors think twice about sending celebrities to the most suitable clinics.
And if the principle is applied to earlier research that suggests symmetry is the true mark of a beautiful face it would appear that our fingers are more than just useful tools.The bizarre connection between facial symmetry and finger length was revealed yesterday by a team of British and Austrian psychologists at the British Psychology Society's annual conference in Bournemouth.
Cockerill, a member of the British Psychology Society, is impressed by the work being done in the field of mental health by organisations such as the Jockeys' Association, the British Racing School and the Jockeys Employment and Training scheme (JETS).
Next month David is hoping to extend the boundaries of 'media psychology' at the British Psychology Society's Centenary Conference in Glasgow.
Results of the trials were revealed at the annual health conference of the British Psychology Society.

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