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Psychology is the scientific study of people, the mind and behaviour. The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK. It develops and promotes the application of psychology for the public good.
The BPS fellowship is currently closed for applications. For more information about the scheme, please go to the BPS's website. You can keep in touch with fellowship opportunities by following us on Twitter.
The society supports one fellowship every year at POST. A selection of recent POSTnote briefings written by BPS funded fellows:
POSTbrief 22 - Academic Evidence on Selective Secondary Education
POSTnote 515 - Policing Domestic Abuse
POSTnote 481 - Palliative and End of Life Care
POSTnote 450 - Special Educational Needs
POSTnote 422 - Mental Health and the Workplace
POSTnote 405 - Impacts of Video Games
Charlotte Kitchen, the recipient of the 2016 BPS Fellowship has written a blog about her experience at POST.
Hannah Swift, the recipient of the 2011 BPS Fellowship has written an article about her experience at POST.
Several fellows have written about their experiences while at POST, or blogged about their fellowship as it took place.