Archive

Retirement: A new beginning?

Marion Kloep and Leo Hendry on how older people discuss and deal with retirement

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The most important psychology experiment never done?

Celebrating the 100th issue of the Research Digest - a selection of responses from top psychologists

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Today's fish and chip paper, tomorrow's career

Lance Workman talks to John Bradshaw about evolutionary psychology and pathways to neuropsychiatric disorder

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ONLINE-ONLY article - On eating, thinking, learning and being a woman

Patrick Rabbitt counters Richard Lynn's letter from the August issue.

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The chemical brain

Our journalist Christian Jarrett talks to people working at the forefront of neurochemical research.

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Student writer competition winners

Jack Nissan, winner in the undergraduate category of our Student Writer Competition, on surprising findings surrounding the memory of people with Alzheimer’s. Samuel R. Nyman, winner in the postgraduate category, on ways of preventing falls in older people without creating a stigma.

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Making psychology a household name & Taking psychology to the people

Former American Psychological Association President Ronald F. Levant on how he has mobilised members to promote the contributions of psychology to society Also Graham Davey, former Society President and Chair of the Publications and Communications Board, responds to Ronald Levant

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Diagnosis special issue - Part 1 & 2

Mary Boyle on why we are still diagnosing, and the pitfalls. Also Richard P. Bentall shows that if you get to the bottom of the symptoms, there is no 'disorder' left to explain

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Counter point- Going the proverbial extra mile

Susan Hansen presents a counterpoint argument to Tom Stafford's February article

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Special Issue- Refugees and Asylum seekers

Rachel Tribe and Nimisha Patel introduce the special issue

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Boredom at work

Sandi Mann on why boredom at work is no longer restricted to 'boring' jobs

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Growing up with TV

John Oates and David Messer on their maturing relationship with the BBC's child of our time, which returns in 2007

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