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Bridging subjectivity and science: Lived Experience expands mental health research

A new paper by Anna Bergqvist, an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University, makes a philosophical case for both the moral and...

ADHD drugs linked to Cardiovascular Disease

A new study published in JAMA Psychiatry finds that long-term use of ADHD drugs is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. According to the current...

Challenging the biomedical imperative in global mental health with clinical-community psychology

A new article titled “Reflexivity on the medicalization of the mind and the biomedical invasion on being human,” published by Psychiatry in Society, provides an autoethnographic...

From local insights to global impact: The role of indigenous psychologies in developing global...

In her latest article in Psychological Studies, Parul Bansal writes about the promises and challenges of developing a Global Psychology (GP) and the central role...
Boarding school bad for children

Boarding schools are bad for children. Why do they still exist?

Being sent to boarding school can cause severe harm to children. This is evident from testimonies gathered by therapists, journalists and courtrooms. So why...