Psychology

Total 42 Posts

A glorious week for Britain? Depends on who you ask.

2 min read
As lockdown measures ease in the UK, anxiety will only grow when people are no longer required to stay at home.

Extremist minds: These psychological traits might help identify people vulnerable to becoming radicalised.

4 min read
We found parallels between how individuals perform in brain games and the kind of political attitudes they adhere to.

Why does Boris Johnson delay coronavirus lockdown decisions?

5 min read
The prime minister stands accused of dither and delay for the third time after announcing another England-wide lockdown. Can psychology help us explain what’s going on?

School reopening — No, Government doesn’t really care about children’s education.

23 min read
No, Boris Johnson and his government don’t care about children’s education. Tories care about the Economy, Money, and their good friends’ businesses and shares. They worry not about the little ones learning Maths and English but about their parents showing up at work every morning.

Can you unintentionally bully someone? Here is the science.

6 min read
Just because someone doesn’t have a calculated agenda of bullying another person, they can still, perhaps subconsciously, intend to harm them in isolated and emotional moments.

‘I won the election’ – How powerful people use lousy lies to twist reality.

5 min read
Lying can be more than just telling a few fibs. It can also be used to communicate social status and make a person appear loyal to a particular group.

Philosophy and psychology agree – Yelling at people who aren’t wearing masks won’t work.

4 min read
Many of us believe that outrage is an appropriate response to what appears to be a selfishly motivated refusal to wear a mask, but is it?
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