I am a transgender woman, an Educational Psychologist, and a scientist published many times over in the field of gender diversity thanks almost entirely to some truly outstanding trainees and colleagues. On Classroom Psychology we take the questions asked by public figures, even those posed as confident declarations, and we look to the scientific literature to find answers. Join me, and together we'll create a society where everyone can find a place to belong.
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Classroom Psychology is going on tour, coming to you live from around the UK. This episode the University of Glasgow LGBTQ+ Psychology Network kindly permitted us to record the session, so here is Classroom Psychology Live!
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Classroom Psychology launched 6 months ago and published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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