‘Honey, I shrunk the kids’

Jon Sutton and Aidan Horner speak to the children of psychologists, and the psychologists themselves, about their parenting.

An educational experience

Helen Owen attempts to plot a route onto an applied doctorate.

No typical shift

Hollie Richardson on volunteering as an e-mail counsellor for ChildLine.

‘I think my parenting was based on gut decisions’

A conversation between Alice Farrington and her father, David P. Farrington.

Learning from educational neuroscience

Annie Brookman considers the potential benefits and concerns in an ever-growing field.

The genetic battle of the sexes

Sofia Deleniv considers the implications of genomic imprinting for social behaviour and mental health.

The ‘ugly stepsister’ of the eating disorder family

Nancy Tucker on bulimia nervosa in the latest 'New voices', for budding writers (see for more information).

Learning from Heisenberg

David Pilgrim considers vitalism and other explanations of what it is to be human.

From Montana to Ely via California and Nicaragua…

Ian Florance talks with the Society’s Practitioner of the Year Jill Winegardner, about her journeys working in brain injury rehabilitation.

Sugar levy leaves bitter taste

President's Letter, October 2016

Years of Bedlam

The changing face of rest

Warfare and wellbeing

Training for cancer support workers

Down the rabbit hole

From the Rearch Digest, October 2016

Book reviews, October 2016

Engaging the public in applied health research

Positive light on the spectrum?

Clinicians with mental health difficulties

‘Public engagement is key to survival’

Big Picture: The sea as co-therapist

Is your religion making you ill?

Mandatory reporting of sexual abuse

Behind the masks

William Todd Schultz offers a psychobiography primer.

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The knowing nose

Laura J. Speed on how olfactory studies can inform theories of language and perception.

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Brain injury and crime

Ryan Aguiar suggests that neuropsychology needs to think differently.

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Are we punching our weight?

Our journalist Ella Rhodes asks whether psychology is having the desired impact, through the media and policy.

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From the ZX Spectrum to smartwatches

Anna Cox takes Lance Workman through her life in human–computer interaction.

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The survival secrets of solitaries

Ian O’Donnell finds resilience and growth in a most unlikely environment.

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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?

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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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