Nasty or nice?

Elena Lemonaki and Patrick Leman consider overt and insidious forms of sexism.

‘…constantly at work in the laboratory of my own mind’

Jan Noyes on Conwy Lloyd Morgan, the first psychologist to become a Fellow of the Royal Society.

‘As public intellectuals, it is possible to be both polite and radical’

One on One with Anne Cooke.

Talking failure in therapy and beyond

A conversation across the Atlantic, between Dr Tony Rousmaniere and Professor Miranda Wolpert.

‘This is about their truth’

Clinical psychologist Dr Rachel Happer on her role as Head of the National Confidential Forum.

‘There’s this conspiracy of silence around how science really works’

Our editor Jon Sutton meets Marcus Munafò, winner of the British Psychological Society’s Presidents’ Award, Professor of Biological Psychology at the University of Bristol, and a key player in the debate over replication and open science.

The coddling campus

Craig A. Harper believes the road to (political) hell is paved with good intentions…

‘There was no standardised treatment for people who set deliberate fires'

Professor Theresa Gannon (University of Kent) on her journey to impact. As told to our journalist Ella Rhodes.

Failure of ruling elites

iGen – science or advertisement?

L is for… Loneliness

Ins and outs of stereotyping

What to read… if you’re losing faith in humanity

Clinical guideline confusion

Featured Job: Research and Product Development Director with 10x Psychometrics

Supporting expert witnesses

Basquiat – ‘hauntingly relevant to today’s world’

Hearing the hidden hashtags

Dr Pamela M. Kenealy AFBPsS (1952–2017)

A safe space for tough topics

Should elite performance come second?

Child victims of war and disaster

The body as a barrier

Responding to first responders

A Nobel nudge

Diving into something new

Car-dependency – built in to the system?

Turing Fellowships for psychologists

Life consuming

President’s Letter, December 2017

The women who made psychology

The positives of boarding schools

Interdisciplinary funding opportunity

Women drivers

Deserves a wide readership

The rules of unruliness

At the 2017 Latitude Festival in Suffolk, our editor Dr Jon Sutton introduced Professor Stephen D. Reicher in the Wellcome Trust Arena.

View issue contents

Hazardous to health?

Sarah Mackenzie Ross considers whether exposure to chemical substances could be damaging your brain.

View issue contents

A broad experience

Dinsa Sachan considers the evidence on how foreign living shapes us.

View issue contents

The future of transport?

The psychology of self-driving vehicles, with Stephen Skippon and Nick Reed.

View issue contents

Faces in the wild

Brian Parkinson (University of Oxford) reviews the evidence on interpersonal effects of facial expression.

View issue contents

Democracy in danger – a special feature

In the run-up to the UK General Election, we collect links to coverage in our June edition and much more.

View issue contents

Minds run free

Psychologists, like much of the population, have been bitten by the running bug. What do they get out of it, and does their experience chime with the science? Christian Jarrett and Ella Rhodes investigate.

View issue contents

Five depictions of the brain

Andrew P. Wickens (a winner of the British Psychological Society’s Book Award) considers their historical significance.

View issue contents

A brave new world of sleep?

Gareth Gaskell reviews the evidence on memory consolidation during sleep.

View issue contents

The downsides of positivity

Kate Sweeny provides a nuanced picture of the research.

View issue contents

Why magazines matter

As we relaunch, our journalist Ella Rhodes considers style and impact in the printed form.

View issue contents