We all have an imperative role to play in stopping bullying behaviour. But have you ever wondered what strategies we can use, both to manage our own responses to bullies, but also to maintain contexts where this behaviour is discouraged?
This short interactive experience explores the psychology of bullying and manipulation in three different places: social media, the workplace and the school playground...
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One of the keys to understanding psychology is to know about its history and core questions. This free course, Investigating psychology, allows you to explore psychology using an interactive resource. You can follow links to people, contexts, perspectives and methods to discover information, images and links from across psychology. The resource ...
This free course, Making sense of ourselves, introduces you to well-known psychological topics by asking and answering everyday questions, such as Why don’t we like one another? Why would I hang around with you? Do you see what I see? What’s the point of childhood? You’ll learn how psychologists can go about addressing these questions using ...
The most 'important and greatest puzzle' we face as humans is ourselves (Boring, 1950, p. 56). Humans are a puzzle, one that is complex, subtle and multi-layered, and it gets even more complicated as we evolve over time and change within different contexts. When answering the question 'what makes us who we are?' psychologists put forward a ...
Check out our articles on bullying
Workplace bullying can take many forms - and can sometimes be hard to spot. Frances McGregor tells you all you need to know.
The NHS has a serious problem with bullying at work. What can be done to solve it? (The advice could work in other workplaces, too...)