Archive | PsychBLOG

PsychBLOG 2008 – Review of the Year

As 2008 draws to a close I thought it proper to reflect on what we’ve seen over the year and see what our ‘best bits’ were. It’s been a busy old time in the world of psychology culminating in the publication of a replication of Milgram that many thought would be too ethically dubious to ever get […]

A very Merry Christmas to all …

I would just like to wish all my readers a very Merry Christmas break. And here’s a present for you – a little festive-frolic – but can you name them all?! Where ever you are have a fantastic festive feast of fun. Happy Christmas. – Jamie :) Edit: I’ve already had a few emails asking […]

INSET: Psychology and the Web

Harnessing the power of the web for Psychology Teachers Course leaders Jamie Davies (PsychBLOG) and Mark Holah ( Thursday 6th November 2008, 10am-4pm. Regus Centre, London. Click here for Course Flyer and Booking Details Jamie Davies along with Mark Holah and Cara Flanagan we will be giving a hands-on guided tour of wikis, forums, file […]

The Emerging Mind

Over on the BBC website there are a collection of annual lectures called the Reith Lectures.  Each year specialists in their field give lectures on their area.  Back in 2003 the lectures were called ‘The Emerging Mind‘ and were lead by the noted neuroscientist Vilayanur S. Ramachandran (who I’ve talked about here a few times in relation to his work […]

Free Journal Access (only until 30th Sept)

This is a quick ‘heads-up’ to all.  Sage Journals are offering free access to a massive number of Psychology, Counselling and Psycharity journals until the 30th September.   Might come in useful to students writing assignments or coursework; or just for those who’d like to do a little extra reading.  Well worth a look. Get […]

Just another psychology blog?

No! It’s your psychology blog! Now I’m back from the ATP Conference and recovered it’s time to announce our new project which actually formed the basis of one of the workshops we did.  Also, a big hi to all those who saw me at the conference and commented on our work on-line. Thanks :) For […]