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From January to June 2018 the British Psychological Society is hosting the European Semester of Psychology. It's aimed at 'creating a common space in which European psychologists can... foster the sharing and transmission of knowledge and expertise between members and, in turn, to stimulate the ongoing development of a truly European identity among psychologists across Europe'. For more information see bps.org. uk/eusemester
But what is 'a truly European identity among psychologists across Europe'? And how can 'European Psychology', and for that matter UK Psychology, truly thrive after Brexit? We hope to develop this conversation during the semester. In the words of Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the European Federation of Psychologists' Associations, who we meet on p.48, 'keep talking. If we do, we will, in the end, ï¬nd ways to solve our old and new problems.'
Keep talking to us too! We're 30 this month and would love your feedback.
Dr Jon Sutton
Trauma and the EU; suicidality; and more
A new age for our science?
Why emotional experiences get better with age
'Let's confront the challenge of addiction together'
CaomhÃ¡n McGlinchey with a personal take
Tackling sexual violence at universities
Graham Towl argues for action
'People need a period of stability...'
We meet Gail Kinman
One on one
Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of EFPA
'Surely there's room for more diverse approaches'
Jobs in psychology
Including extreme sport Q+A
With Sathnam Sanghera on The Boy With the Topknot, and Nancy Doyle on Employable Me
Lucas Richert revisits Esalen
A to Z