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Book review: ‘Creating the world we want to live in’

28 July 2021 by

Book authors: Bridget Grenville-Cleave, Dora Gudmundsdottir, Felicia Huppert, Vanessa King, David Roffey, Sue Roffey and Marten de Vries. A common…

News: Every EP job vacancy on edpsy funds climate positive projects

13 July 2021 by , and

We’ve worked hard over the past two years to ensure that we are operating as sustainably as possible, and we’re…

Project: Plain English in Educational Psychology

9 July 2021 by

We want to collect as many examples of jargon used in educational psychology as possible, then facilitate a crowd sourced…

Time to connect: ‘Conversations about Consultation’ a podcast

8 July 2021 by and

As the pandemic has led to increased accessibility of online video conferencing and recording it felt like the right time…

How psychology reproduces racism

14 June 2021 by , 1 comment

In psychology, challenging racism is no simple task; in fact, racism is deeply embedded in much of what we know…

Tips on writing a qualitative dissertation or thesis, from Braun & Clarke – Part 2

9 June 2021 by and

Here we delve in to qualitative-centric methodology, analysis, discussion and conclusions. Part 1 of this blog covers qualitative centric writing,…

Tips on writing a qualitative dissertation or thesis, from Braun & Clarke – Part 1

Our advice here relates to many forms of qualitative research, and particularly to research involving the use of thematic analysis…

Living in a heteronormative and binary-focused world: bisexuality and self-injury

7 June 2021 by

We all navigate the world relationally. We relate to ourselves, to others, and to the society we find ourselves in. …

Project: The ethnic profile of 21st century educational psychology

25 May 2021 by

There is currently a lack of data about the ethnic profile of the educational psychology profession. How you can help…

Being an introvert in an extroverted world: advocating for ‘the quiet ones’

Shy, quiet, sensitive, withdrawn, nerdy, anti-social, rude…even stupid! These are all words that are (incorrectly) used to describe quiet or…