Please, stop asking me what I want to be
The prospect of our future jobs is scary, but, perhaps even scarier, is being asked about them. Lifestyle breaks down why this is, and why, ultimately, our lives should be defined by something bigger than our work
They’re so excited: How boredom research thrived during lockdown
The pandemic has left many people stuck at home with little to do – boredom researchers have grabbed this golden opportunity with both hands
Homosexuality and science: the good, the bad, and the ugly
In the wake of LGBT history month, we take a look at how scientific understanding of homosexuality shaped our cultural and political attitudes.
The science of attraction
Why are you attracted to someone? Is it hormones? Or maybe your immune system?
The science of gambling with Guardian Live
As part of Manchester Science Festival, the science of gambling explored the psychology and statistics behind casinos, all with a cabaret-style twist
Positive coping mechanisms may help UK academics deal with stress of the job
A study on UK university academics has revealed the need to teach staff how to deal with stress in a positive way
The bodies nobody cares about
The media and societal spin on body image is causing dangerous consequences for a generation of body dysmorphic men; what can we do?
Manchester Psychology Society are ready for a new year with a packed programme of events, open to students of all disciplines.
University spends £20,000 to build a pub
London South Bank University is using the bar as a psychology experiment
‘I am not the only member of staff who has been under attack at MMU,’ says Parker
Internationally renowned Professor says ‘sorry’ to sudents in open letter after quitting MMU following ‘bullying and harassment’