Dr Evangelos Ntontis Lecturer in Social Psychology (Canterbury Christ Church University) on coronavirus.Learn More
Once the worst of the coronavirus crisis is over what might ‘the new normal’ have in store for us? How might our society be changed six months, a year, five years, 20 years into the future?Learn More
Carl Walker seeks to make sense of the mutual aid response to coronavirus, and how to sustain it in an era of entrenched inequality.Learn More
Ginny Smith talks to Dr Sam Hughes about pain, to introduce the latest episode of our Research Digest podcast, PsychCrunch. We also share a collection of articles from the archive on pain.
The latest episode of our Research Digest podcast PsychCrunch asks what psychology can teach us about dealing with pain. It is presented by Ginny Smith, and sponsored by Routledge Psychology.
There is a possible danger that the current uncertainty around COVID-19 could make things worse for those with obsessive-type conditions. For those with OCD or conditions involving cleanliness, neatness, germ-phobia, tidiness or some obsessive behaviours, the COVID-19 outbreak may actually reinforce to them that their problem-behaviours were actually what kept them safe during the outbreak.Learn More