Archive

Psychology in the Ukraine

Vitaliy Panok, Valentyna Pavlenko and Liliya Korallo with the lastest in our international series

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Qualitative research - emerging from the cocoon of science

Sheila Keegan on what we can learn from the world of commercial qualitative research.

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Strangers to ourselves?

David Dunning with some fascinating studies into how and why we are deluded about the self.

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Psychoanalysis in social psychological research

Wendy Hollway on how Freud has influenced her thinking on theory and method.

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Through a scanner darkly

Vaughan Bell discusses neuropsychology and psychosis in Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly.

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The science of body metrics

Philip Treleaven, Adrian Furnham and Viren Swami on a new area with implications for psychological research.

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Metaphors of mind

In the latest in our ‘Eye on fiction’ series, Charles Fernyhough looks at how novelists have reflected scientific understanding of the mind.

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Psychology in Gaza and the West Bank

Anna Costin with the latest in our international series.

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Double top - Ray Miller in discussion with Tim Cornford

The Society’s new President in discussion with the Chief Executive. How do their roles work together, and where do they see the Society going?

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The microgenetic method - Time for change?

Emma Flynn , Karen Pine and Charlie Lewis argue for a powerful psychological technique.

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The education of children in care

Educational failure is the root of many social problems; Sonia Jackson and Peter McParlin believe psychologists can help.

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Sexuality special issue - Part two

Personal space - Ian Hodges and Jim McManus call for psychologists to be more proactive in challenging homophobia and sexual prejudice. Speaking of sexual politics in psychology - a discussion between Peter Hegarty and David Hardman. Myra J. Hird on what psychologists can learn from the huge range of non-human design and behaviour. Meg Barker: Why I study...Bisexuality and beyond

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