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Help-seeking in African-Caribbean Dementia Carers

The recent killing of George Floyd has re-exposed systemic inequalities on the grounds of race and ethnicity. Unfortunately, this is nothing new. These inequalities manifest across several domains, including health…

Racial Inequality and COVID-19

The recent death of George Floyd has rightly led to anger across the globe, with thousands protesting and joining the movement, “Black Lives Matter”. Discussions around racial injustices and inequalities…

Why we Enjoy Horror Films

[Phone rings]. We are all thinking it: don’t answer the phone!Still, the protagonist ignores our desperate pleas for escape and picks up the handset. Trembling, she hears a low, insidious…

Live Well

HEALTHY MIND, HEALTHY YOU

Staying Productive Whilst Working at Home

Incessant zoom calls, a lack of interaction and low motivation are all elements that we have become accustomed to and they have certainly been taxing. Nevertheless, planning an adequate routine can refine our experience of working from home and help us to enhance our work….

PhDs & mental health: It’s time to talk

It is common knowledge that there is a mental health crisis in graduate education – and within academia as a whole [1]. Statistically, one in two PhD students will experience…

Student Life

LEARN, LAUGH, LIVE

Conquering Conferences

At the end of June, I attended and presented at my first international conference in Virginia, USA.  My field is Cyberpsychology and, as it is a relatively new area of…

Journal Clubs at UoL

Being a research assistant who hates bad science like a homeopathist hates good science, I’m very anxious to know that the research I’m conducting is solid, and there’s no better…

Liverpool Life

EMBRACE THE CULTURE

Always Look On The Bright ‘cider’ Life

PsychLiverpool will always have a very special place in my heart, right beside my darling husband and cider. The image above is us at the top of Glastonbury Tor fortified…