On November 7th, 2019 the BPS History of Psychology Centre (HoPC) and the BPS History and Philosophy of Psychology Section are hosting the 9th Annual Stories of Psychology Day. Registration is required for the event. Full details below.
Ninth Annual History of Psychology Centre Stories of Psychology Day 7 November 2019 10am – 4pm
Friends House, Euston Road, London
How have past and present psychologists interacted with the public to provide an understanding of social issues and anxieties, such as the threat of war, economics, technology and political upheaval?
Historians and psychologists will be discussing this issues in front of an audience of members, academics and the wider public.
The first session will consider the changing messages given and the second will focus on the medium used by public psychologists from pre-war BBC radio talks to current multi-channel and social media outlets.
A round table of media psychologists will discuss their current and future role.
Cost £18 including buffet lunch (registration is essential)
For more information and to register www.bps.org.uk/stories