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Sleep on a Problem... It works like a dream

Josephine Ross with some fascinating anecdotal accounts of creative and scientific insights in dreams

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Tales of the unexpected - 25 years of cognitive gerontology

Patrick Rabbitt on a long and winding road of research.

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How to...improve your memory

Peter E. Morris and Catherine O. Fritz with the first in our ‘How to…’ series of evidence-based advice.

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Special issue: Memory and desire - Reading Freud

Freud understood that remembering is motivated by goals and nonconscious processes. Martin A. Conway reflects on his ideas.

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Children behaving badly - A case of misunderstanding?

Ayla Humphrey examines the development of a child neuropsychology service in an unusual setting.

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20 years at the Koestler Parapsychology Unit

Caroline Watt outlines the continuing influence of the Edinburgh unit on the field.

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The science of attraction

Viren Swami and Adrian Furnham go in search of cultural universals.

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Heterosexism, racism and psychology

Damien W. Riggs and Precilla Y. L. Choi examine the role of privilege in research and practice.

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Why I study - The effects of brain injury

Andy Young

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Difference and the psychology of conflict

It’s the Society’s ‘Year of Reducing Conflict’, but John Kremer and Ian Schermbrucker believe that shouldn’t always be our goal.

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Frodo's journey

As part of our occasional ‘Eye on fiction’ series, Paula Jean Manners offers a Kleinian perspective on The Lord of the Rings in this 2006 piece.

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Shifting patterns of social identity in Northern Ireland

Peter Bull with a contribution to the Society’s theme for the year – ‘Reducing conflict’.

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