Health

Hummus Is On Rations, And The Menopause Is In Full Swing!

When involved in gender psychology and women’s studies, one notices there are certain circumstances which pertain purely to one or other of the sexes. April in Britain, gave rise to such an event which could – with enough reading around the literature – be directly attributed to women experiencing the menopause. This event was, of course, the hummus shortage.

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Art as an early indicator for neurological deterioration

One of Liverpool University’s top psychologists, Dr Alex Forsythe, has recently published a fascinating article that will aid society’s battle with dementia. Dementia is reaching astonishing levels with approximately 850,000…

The Voice In Our Heads

Perhaps you have never noticed or even heard it but the majority of us experience a ‘running-commentary-like’ voice within our heads. Vilhauer (2016) says that this Inner Reading Voice (IRV)…

The Truth About Mental Health

It’s easy to tell a family member or a friend you have the flu or a broken leg for example, most people wouldn’t think twice about asking for a helping…

Academic Awarded Prestigious Fellowship

Joining some of the leading names in science and psychology, Geoff Beattie, Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill University, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of…

Here’s Why You Eat More When You Drink

The work of Dr Paul Christiansen (not to be confused with Adele) gets a mention in Time Magazine. There’s a reason you’re snacking so much after cocktails… Snacking after drinking is…

Memory Loss And Psychosis

As disabling as its delusions and hallucinations, psychosis’ devastating toll on memory arises from dysfunction of frontal and temporal lobe regions in the brain that rob sufferers of the ability to make…

Alice Wearn: Women And Weight

I’m not one to be stereotypical; however, I have to admit that more often than not when you walk into a commercial gym, you will see the same thing… males…