Archive | September, 2007

PSYlent: 23rd September 2007

Here is the next PSYlent, the weekly overview of those stories that I think are pretty interesting in psychology but don’t really apply to OCR. Seems a shame to miss out on them just because I can’t get them to fit into the specifications. So, here are those studies that would have been without a […]

Resources galore from BPS Research Digest

Along with the ever excellent resource which is PsychBLOG the BPS has collated some articles of interest … and we’re in there too with a link to my interview with Mark Griffiths. Following the approval of the new 2008 specifications the always excellent BPS Research Digest Blog written by Christian Jarrett has published an excellent […]

Approved: the new 2008 Spec and Zimbardo’s not invited!

Looking at the OCR site this morning I was pleased to see that the new 2008 specification for Psychology has finally been approved. The biggest shock of it all is that Zimbardo has been dropped and replaced by Reicher & Haslam (2006) Rethinking the psychology of tyranny [full text available here]. Other changes to the […]

PSYlent: 16th September 2007

Here is the next PSYlent, the weekly overview of those stories that I think are pretty interesting in psychology but don’t really apply to OCR. Seems a shame to miss out on them just because I can’t get them to fit into the specifications. So, here are those studies that would have been without a […]

The antenna is up!

Gareth over at PsychSplash has just opened the doors of a new site: www.psychantenna.com. PsychAntenna is an ever-growing showcase of psychology-related websites, blogs, podcasts and journals that utilize RSS (Really Simple Syndication) to broadcast their content. The goal is help clinicians, researchers and students in the field of Psychology utilize RSS more efficiently and locate […]