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Tuesday, 24 November 2015

2015 PhD Theses now available!


Read the latest research theses published by Tavistock and Portman students through Staff Publications Online.  Titles include:

The complex world of hide and seek: Investigations into the use and meaning of hide and seek play and how it is related to processes of change within a looked after boy engaged in psychoanalytic psychotherapy

That joke isn't funny anymore: Humour, jokes and their relationship to social work 

An exploration of a patient's use of her body within the transference relationship in intensive psychotherapy - towards allowing thoughts to become thinkable

The potential therapeutic value of therapist stuckness in systemic practice

Dissociative identities in childhood: An exploration of how children with dissociative identities may present in psychotherapy. Are there implications for psychoanalytic technique? 

Psychosocial concerns and individual anxieties for fathers with testicular cancer 

What can be learned from a single case of psychoanalytic infant observation?

Breaking down barriers: Developing an approach to include fathers in children’s social care

Autistic functioning and language development 

Crossing the threshold: An inquiry into the lived experience of Bangladeshi parents with young children; their worries and sources of support 

Follow the link to access full text:

http://bit.ly/1Xc9ubq






 



 


   


  
















Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Psychology articles via Bio Med Central


BMC Psychology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of psychology, human behaviour and the mind, including developmental, clinical, cognitive, experimental, social, evolutionary and educational psychology, as well as personality and individual differences.

Within the Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy section you can access articles on cognitive behavioural therapy, psychological testing, assessment and treatment of mental illness and health psychology amongst others.

Click here:

http://www.biomedcentral.com/bmcpsychol/sections/clinical_psychology_psychotherapy

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Publishers' Policies and Open Access on YouTube

Want to publish in the best journals and have everyone read your article?  Two major publishers explain open access.

                                                      Image result for taylor and francis logos 

Click here for An introduction to Open Access publishing from Taylor & Francis:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GTA3YxI2_E

Click here for Understanding Open Access from Wiley:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2HMouOV-Lg

                                                     
                                         

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

The Mentally Healthy Society: The Report of the Taskforce on Mental Health in Society

The independent Taskforce on Mental Health in Society was established by Ed Miliband to look at how we can improve the mental health and wellbeing of our nation.  Angela Greatley, Chair of the Trust Board, was a member of the Taskforce which was chaired by Sir Stephen O'Brien.

Labour has published the final report of the Taskforce, which sets out some of the key next steps we need to take to become a mentally healthy society – on prevention, early intervention and better opportunities and support for those living with mental health problems.

Click here to access the report:

http://repository.tavistockandportman.ac.uk/957/


Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Aaron Swartz Documentary - The Internet's Own Boy

 'Documentary which explores the life of internet activist Aaron Swartz, and the circumstances that led to his early death. It traces how tech wunderkind Swartz engaged in pioneering work from an early age, helping to devise several groundbreaking computer systems. But it was his work in social justice and political organising, combined with his aggressive approach to information access, that placed him on a collision course with the US government. It ensnared him in a two-year legal nightmare - a battle which ended with his suicide at the age of 26. Aaron's story touched a nerve with people far beyond the online communities, in which he was a celebrity. Through personal archive, testimonies from his family and world leaders in the computing field, the film paints a portrait of an exceptional young man, and explores the tragedy of how Swartz became a victim of the rights and freedoms for which he stood'.


“This, I suppose, is the actual problem,” Swartz wrote, long before his suicide. “I feel my existence is an imposition on the planet.”

Available on BBC iPlayer until 1st March 2015.  Click here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b051wkry/storyville-20142015-11-the-internets-own-boy

 

Monday, 26 January 2015

India’s major science funders join open-access push | Science/AAAS | News

India’s major science funders join open-access push | Science/AAAS | News





Two of India’s major science funding agencies are joining the push to
make the results of the research they fund freely available to the
public.