Psychology FM – challenging disability and embracing the community

One of our psychology lecturers, Michael Richards, was awarded a public engagement grant from the British Psychological Society in 2013. In collaboration with All FM radio station and Manchester Metropolitan University, Michael will use this grant to produce 8 radio … Continue reading

Comment – The Many Labs Project and the importance of replication in Social Psychology

  The current issue of the BPS’s Psychologist magazine features an article on the Many Labs project (in press manuscript can be found here  https://openscienceframework.org/project/WX7Ck/files/ManyLabsManuscript.pdf/). As Honorary Secretary of the Social Psychology Section of the BPS, I have been asked … Continue reading

Educational Psychology: Creating a seminar for teachers

By Jenna Condie In the final year of our undergraduate programmes (BSc Hons Psychology, BSc Hons Psychology and Counselling, BSc Hons Psychology and Criminology), one of the option modules that students can chose to take is Educational Psychology.  Educational Psychology … Continue reading

Polishing your clinical psychology job/course application to a shine

Fleur-Michelle Coiffait is a recently qualified Clinical Psychologist, co-founder & curator for the Early Career Psychologist Network. She tweets @fleurzel, @PMLDresearch, and blogs at Fleurzel, Thoughts and Things.  We asked her about getting on in clinical psychology and how to apply for … Continue reading