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Can psychology find a path to peace?

As the UK's Parliament votes to allow bombing in Syria, we ask - are there evidence-based ways to resolve this conflict?

Impact: From riots to crowd safety

In the first of an occasional series, John Drury describes his pathway to impact.

New voices: Researching loyalist communities

Patrick Flack outlines his research in Northern Ireland in the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information).

‘Look for small increments of change, not cures’

Nick Maguire (University of Southampton) talks to Ian Florance.

The many faces of working with visible difference

Isabelle Cullis, Changing Faces Practitioner, on her work at Salisbury District Hospital.

Historical sex object – or undiscovered genius?

John Launer challenges the image of Sabina Spielrein principally as Carl Jung’s mistress: was she one of the most innovative thinkers in 20th-century psychology?

The ascension of parent–offspring ties

How are bonds between parents and their grown-up children changing, and what impact do they have? Karen Fingerman looks at the evidence.

Morals and harm

The Time in Between: A Memoir of Hunger and Hope

President’s letter February 2016

Book Reviews February 2016

Keep looking for biological causes

Three new dames and an OBE on New Year list

Storm Desmond and social capital

What about the ‘other mother’?

Above and beyond

One on one… with Susan Hallam

Call to join societies network

Derek William Forrest (1926–2015)

Psychologist to head CIPD

The reality of life and death decisions

5 minutes with… Dr Noreen Tehrani

Genome common sense?

Over-optimistic about attachment

Diverse and colourful

From the Research Digest February 2016

Does it matter if psychologists are unrepresentative?

Psychology on the edge

Reproductive health matters

Olga van den Akker argues that psychological research and policy are surprisingly embryonic, struggling to keep pace with technological developments.

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