Archive

Retirement: A new beginning?

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

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Personality and Psychology: Hans Eysenck's unifying themes

Philip J. Corr's Eysenck Memorial Lecture from 2007.

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Nurturing the next generation Special Issue - Introduction

Annie Trapp introduces the special issue on pre-degree psychology

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The silver screen, printed page and cultural competence

Dinesh Bhugra and Padmal de Silva look to cinema and literature for inspiration

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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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Questioning the science and politics of happiness

The Midlands Psychology Group questions whether Lord Layard’s focus is all wrong. Perhaps unhappiness is one of our most precious assets?

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Confessions of an archival addict

Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr on the joys of reading other people's mail

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Diagnosis special issue - Part 3

Psychiatrist Joanna Moncrieff dismantles the foundations of her profession.

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Can Literacy be made easier?

Valerie Yule argues for drastic action in the fight against reading problems

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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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