The British Psychological Society

This series of posts examines the current situation of crisis that exists within the British Psychological Society (BPS). The series is a collaboration with the team at BPSWatch. I am reposting here content originally published at BPSWatch. Readers may also be interested in the posts here, here and here. How much does the future ofContinue reading “The British Psychological Society”

Institutional Logics, the British Psychological Society and Hans Eysenck

The Journal of Health Psychology has published a new paper on “Research misconduct complaints and institutional logics: The case of Hans Eysenck and the British Psychological Society” [October 28, 2020]. The paper provides an analysis of the reasons Hans J Eysenck’s misconduct has not been fully investigated by the BPS. The authors, Russell Craig, AnthonyContinue reading “Institutional Logics, the British Psychological Society and Hans Eysenck”