Andrew P. Wickens (a winner of the British Psychological Society’s Book Award) considers their historical significance.
Samuel Landau is a community rabbi and a trainee clinical psychologist. Here, he reflects on how wearing these two hats has required frequent consideration of difference, diversity and tolerance.
Adrian Furnham writes.
We speak of Dr Sarita J. Robinson about her chapter in a new book 'Doctor Who Psychology', published by Sterling; reprint the chapter; and George Sik reviews the book.
Sally Marlow and Mike Thompson collaborate at an exhibition of monumental change.
Jonathan Myers looks at how we make choices.
Nora S. Newcombe looks beyond literacy and numeracy.
Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins on memory and perception – and how we know which way we are facing.
We speak to Professor Brian M. Hughes about his new Palgrave book ‘Rethinking Psychology’, and run an exclusive extract.
Martin Seager is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Change, Grow, Live, and Branch Consultant with the Central London Samaritans.
Our editor Jon Sutton poses the questions on the eve of the publication of Lisa Feldman Barrett’s new book, How Emotions Are Made.
Ahead of their British Psychological Society seminar series, Line Caes and Abbie Jordan call for creativity in research design. Living with chronic health conditions during adolescence can bring particular psychological and social challenges. But do we need to make more effort to hear the voices of those affected?