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December 2017
The psychology of sexual harassment: Matt Jarvis discusses psychological perspectives on sexism, power and harassment in the workplace
October 2017
The psychology of music: Matt Jarvis discusses psychological perspectives on listening to music
March 2017
Does colour have psychological significance? Matt Jarvis discusses psychological perspectives on the experience of colour
December 2016
The neuroscience of pleasure: Matt Jarvis discusses psychological perspectives on the experience of pleasure
October 2016
A psychopath in the White House? It’s now October and we should probably face that fact that by November we may have a psychopath in the White House. But is that as scary as it sounds? Is it even unusual? Matt Jarvis considers these questions
March 2016
The psychology of ghosts: Matt Jarvis discusses psychological perspectives on supernatural experiences
December 2015
Conspiracy theories: Matt Jarvis looks at why so many of us believe conspiracy ideas rather than the official line
October 2015
What is it about Jeremy Corbyn? Matt Jarvis looks at the psychology behind the popularity of politicians 
March 2015
Superstition. Matt Jarvis looks at the psychology of irrational beliefs and behaviours
December 2014
The psychology of Christmas. Matt Jarvis discusses some psychological perspectives on Christmas
October 2014
A little of what you like… Matt Jarvis looks at the cognitive benefits of three ‘vices’
March 2014
Recession psychology. The effects of the recession
December 2013
Recession psychology. What caused the recession?
October 2013
Dolphin intelligence. Is Flipper a violent thug? Matt Jarvis discusses the evidence
March 2013
Do you feel happy when the sun is shining, and gloomy when the weather is dull? Matt Jarvis considers the scientific evidence for a link between mood and weather
December 2012
Matt Jarvis discusses some evolutionary explanations for our love of zombies
October 2012
The summer of 2012 will be remembered for Team GB’s success at the Olympic Games. Matt Jarvis investigates the advantage of competing on home turf
March 2012
How much sleep do you need? Psychologists and historians have recently challenged the popular idea that we need 8 hours of sleep a night
December 2011
When bands split up and television characters die. Matt Jarvis considers the impact of these parasocial attachments
October 2011
This summer’s news was dominated by rioting across several UK cities. Matt Jarvis looks at the psychology of rioting and how to respond to it