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Post Of The Week – Sunday 10th September 2017

1) Mindfulness In Schools In both Year 2 groups, we spent the first lesson looking at the findings and conclusions of research projects from last summer. From each of them, there are implications for student well being. Furthermore, staff training earlier in the week focused on staff and student well-being. This article is relevant to […]

Post Of The Week – Sunday 23rd October, 2016

1) Circadian Rhythms This is a fine TED talk from Russell Foster from Oxford. Russell Foster also appears in this Royal Institution event. There’s a story here about how Psychology moves on. The studies we look at for this topic, going back to the Siffre studies of more than 50 years ago, are essentially studies […]

AS Social Influence: Conformity, Asch’s Study And Riots

Firstly, remind yourself of the key features of Asch’s study. You can watch a reconstruction of the original 1951 study here.  You can also listen to Peter Smith talking about his work with Rod Bond on conformity across cultures here. If you want to hear more about the ethics of Asch’s study, you can listen […]