With the widespread penetration of smartphones in society and the fast reduction in the cost of internet services, there is a growing tendency among…
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Consumerism is an evil ideology that encourages the acquisition of materials goods and services in ever-increasing amounts.
In association with the British Sociological Association – Early Career Forum and the Centre for Urban Research on Austerity (CURA) at De Montfort University…
It probably won’t surprise you that almost half of the UK population admits to having a fear of the dentist.
Shamini Sriskandarajah was the 2017 POWES & Feminism and Psychology joint Postgraduate Prize award winner.
Why do people leave their homes and navigate all over the globe? The answer is not that straightforward: there are mixed reasons why people…
Friendships are an important part of our social lives and they can directly influence your mood and the way you feel.
Another busy year lies behind us, and with 2017’s end comes the opportunity to look back and recap what happened.
As defined by the Australian Psychological Society, blogs are 'shared online websites written in the form of journals.
Perfectionism, social comparison, and the expectation gap can be considered as the three of the biggest causes of stress, anxiety, and depression.