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Personal reflections from a psychologist on COVID-19

April 06 2020

‘Six months in a leaky boat, lucky just to keep afloat’. Professor Antonia Bifulco, Professor of Lifespan Psychology at Middlesex University, gives her perspective of the UKs social distancing.

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Risk and uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic

March 26 2020

Tom Dickins, Professor of Behavioural Sciences discusses the impact that human behaviour is having during COVID-19 pandemic.

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Women on board: gender diversity in the banking sector

March 23 2020

Dr Sylvia Gottschalk and Dr Edward Bace explore how gender diversity in the banking sector can relate to a reduction of risk taking.

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Dance, cognition and ageing

February 28 2020

Dr Michela Vecchi, our Associate Professor of Economics, and dancer, discusses the physical and more importantly mental improvements dancing can bring.

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The depressing state of bullying in the NHS

February 19 2020

Roger Kline, Research Fellow in our Business School discusses the shocking rise of bullying in the NHS.

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Where Did The Floating Charge Come From?

February 17 2020

Los Watkins, an MDX Law Lecturer shares a piece of ongoing research into the concept of the Floating Charge and its impact on modern banking law.

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How to succeed with a policing degree apprenticeship

February 04 2020

The Chief Constable of Sussex Police gives a personal view about the role of apprenticeships in transforming the police, encouraging new groups of people to consider a career in policing.

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#16days of gender-based violence: The women paying the ultimate price of men’s violence

January 08 2020

Mia Scally, Lecturer in Forensic Psychology/Criminology writes a moving post about gender-based violence facing women all over the world.

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Iran’s cyber ‘revenge’: it’s not if, but when

January 07 2020

Dr Mahdi Aiash writes about the potential cyber backlash the West may face following the US military airstrike of January 2020.

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False harmony and the embedding of inequality

Roger Kline, Research Fellow in the Business School, discusses the impact and issues associated with identity and discrimination.

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