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Placing mind in the metropolis

Our journalist Ella Rhodes speaks to psychologists about what we need to bring to our urban spaces.

Moving psychology forward – with charisma

Ahead of his keynote address at the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference in Nottingham this May, Ella Rhodes heard from John Antonakis, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the University of Lausanne.

Mighty oaks from acorns grow

Stella Gkika and Elaine Swift cultivate multidisciplinary trees of strength and resilience

Seeing screen time differently

Jon Sutton reports from a one-day event on research, policy and communication in a digital era.

A brief history of dyslexia

Philip Kirby on the significance of evolving views of the condition, and efforts to preserve records of them.

‘The economy was crashing, consumer confidence was at an all-time low and targets were increasing’

Declan Gaule is a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society and CEO of the MFG Group, an international automotive training and consultancy business.

‘That was all I needed. Someone believed in me’

Ian Florance meets Consultant Clinical Psychologist Fiona Kennedy.

Tone deaf?

Our editor Jon Sutton on respect and rigour in the replication debate.

The brains of experts

Merim Bilalić considers the cognitive processes behind the neuroscience.

More than frills

We spoke to Carolyn Mair, Professor of Psychology for Fashion, on the eve of the publication of her new book, 'The Psychology of Fashion' (Routledge).

‘Values provide a social glue’

We got in touch with Professor Greg Maio (University of Bath) about his new book, The Psychology of Human Values (Psychology Press).

"This incitement to 'become different' can be both thrilling and terrifying"

Our editor Jon Sutton meets social psychologist Professor Paul Stenner (Open University).

‘It’s not an easy conversation to have with a kid who thinks they’re invincible’

Dr Carla Sofka is a Professor of Social Work at Siena College, Loudonville, New York, with an interest in the role of digital and social media in supporting bereaved students. Our editor Jon Sutton asks the questions.

A step too far for teachers?

President’s letter, March 2018

It doesn't need to be like this

Sharing our science… scientifically

A 'DeStress Fest' in Leicester

Beyond binaries

Fear, confusion and dark humour

An area in dire need of critical thinking

Empathy – the magic explanatory bullet?

Professor Simon H. Haskell 1928-2018

Feminist psychology gone missing

Fatalistic tone ultimately helps nobody

O is for… Observation

Psychologist appointed to key Welsh role

OK to be mentally ill?

Featured job: Director of Studies (Senior Management) at Metanoia Institute

An exciting time to be a psychologist?

Overexposure to cognitive tests

Standing up to shyness

"When there are people who are watching, it makes a difference"

Tricky diagnosis

Beyond expectations

Insights from across the discipline

Green Paper concerns

The age of illusions

Nicholas Wade looks at the new world of visual illusions that emerged in the 19th century and invigorated psychology.

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Rethinking addiction

Nick Heather challenges the brain disease model.

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