We how the way World Cup is leading to important questions about the way brands and customers engage with political debate in a changing world
Psychology needs to work alongside disciplines that show us the wider mechanisms, such as social class, that shape our behaviour
How the notion of meritocracy is being challenged by the cost-of-living crisis
We explore how the psychology of energy blackouts could lead to political polarisation
A recent blog challenges the underlying theories that shape the discipline: the author has a point
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Much is commented on consumers' say-do gap but the very same issue among business decision makers may have more significant consequences
Multiple crises create fear and anxiety: whilst difficult this may also well be a springboard for people steps to navigate the new environment…
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For many, (but far from all), debt is frequently associated with shame: but as the cost of living crisis leads to household budgets simply not…
The notion of that humans have a design flaw when it comes to climate action is widespread. A recent paper not only dismantles this argument but has…
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Given it is human activity that is responsible for global warming, is it right that we should feel guilty for the effects we are now seeing?
How new guidance for firms on their duty to customers is highlighting a widespread debate about human bias, nudges and sludges
Longstanding challenges of effective diagnosis of UTIs point to the need for a more fundamental rethink in practitioner decision making