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Wessex Psychologist Bulletin Special Issue 15 Spring 2018

Wessex Psychologist Bulletin Special Issue 15 Spring 2018

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The publication of the Wessex Branch of the British Psychological Society. This is s Special Edition focusing on the 2017 winners of the Wessex Branch's Tony Gale Memorial Prize



Chair's Column
Kathryn Fielden

BPS Wessex Branch Tony Gale Memorial Prize

Tony Gale Memorial Prize Winners

Defusion or restructuring? A comparison of cognitive techniques on the reduction of public speaking anxiety
Chloe Brandrick

Implicit age bias influences medical student recommendations for breast cancer surgery
Hannah Cox

Sex-differences in the neurobiology of emotion processing in adolescents with conduct disorder and their healthy control counterparts
Harriet Cornwell

Exploring the effects of mindfulness on decision-making processes in framing effects, syllogisms, selection tasks and base-rate neglect
Harriet Keight

'Men behaving ladly': Exploring the relationships between laddism, traditional masculinity and homophobia
Jack Wilkins

'I don't want to think that we're like completely manipulated from society, I can't think like that': A Foucauldian discourse analysis of young women's construction of unwanted consensual sex
My Eriksson

Associative learning under moral decision making
Rose Martin & Petko Kusev

The player principle: Gamification in occupational settings and the correlation between the preferences for work and play
Zac Howe

Other features

Wessex Branch Hub Reports

Experience of manning the stand at the Annual Conference 2017
Sarah Law

Update on the proposed BPS Defence and Security Section
Fiona Butcher

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): A briefing note for psychologists in private practice and running a small consultancy business
Alan Gilbert


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