Psychology and War: First World to the present

As part of a series of events held by Parliament and the British Psychological Society to commemorate the First World War, psychologists will be outlining their insights into psychology and war.

The lifelong effects of war have been well documented, but the First World War ww1 soldiersaw a turning point in the development of psychology and changed the way we think about military health. Join Captain Duncan Precious, the first ever clinical psychologist to be commissioned into the British Army and Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, President of the British Psychological Society and Director of the Veterans and Families Institute at Anglia Ruskin University, as they explore the legacy of the First World War and how we now manage the psychological trauma of battle.

Spaces are limited so book your place in advance.

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