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Wessex Psychologist Bulletin Special Issue 18 Spring 2021

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The publication of the Wessex Branch of the British Psychological Society. A Special Edition containing abstracts from Wessex Branch half-day conference and reports from Wessex Branch's Tony Gale Memorial 2019 prize winners

Contents

Editor’s column
Emma Palmer-Cooper

Chair’s column
Sarah Twist

News and events

Wessex Branch Early Career Research Showcase 2021
Shakiba Oftadeh-Moghadam

Wessex Branch Early Career Research Showcase 2021: Abstracts

Wessex Branch Tony Gale Memorial Prize 2020

Visual imagery and interactivity in problem solving
Renata Ruffatto Rech

Acute and training effects of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the prefrontal cortex on anxiety-related implicit associations
Monika Halls

Personality traits and social media use as predictors of wellbeing: A survey of adults in the UK
Amy Brownlie

The romance of darkness: The association between the dark tetrad of personality and self-efficacy in romantic relationships in subclinical adult population
Malgorzata Dzielak

Temporal interference: Examining a novel, non-invasive stimulation technique for memory modulation
Terpsichore Panayotidis

Future self-continuity promotes healthy goal pursuit through authenticity
Alainah Beglane

The birds and the bees: A thematic analysis of young adults’ perceptions of parent–child sex-related communication
Holly Cooper

The calming effects of progressive muscle relaxation and its potential for treating misophonia
Amber Wing

The effect of tones on reading and letter-scanning: An eye-tracking study
Katherine Bills

Impulsivity and sensation-seeking differences between sweet-liker phenotypes: The importance of valid categorisation methods
Lucile Fiorentino

The impact childhood family environment has on wellbeing in adulthood, and the mediating effect of personality traits
Imogen Moody

Hub reports – Solent Hub

Useful Branch information

 

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