Archive

A tearaway success

Jon Sutton talks to Tanya Byron about her TV work, disseminating psychology on a mass scale.

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Contributing to public health policy and practice

Charles Abraham and Susan Michie on their work with the government’s Division of Public Health.

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Daughters of tradition

Paul Singh Ghuman on Asian girls in the West.

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The evolution of couple therapy

Susan Johnson with a letter from across the Atlantic.

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The social dimension of emotion

Joint winner of the Presidents’ Award, Tony Manstead, describes his research.

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The coach-athlete partnership

Sophia Jowett with a contribution to the Society’s ‘Year of Relationships’.

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Why I study... Gender in policing

Jennifer Brown

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Serving up trouble? Advertising food to children

As pressure grows on food advertisers, Jason C.G. Halford looks at the evidence.

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Obesity management and the paradox of control

Jane Ogden argues that psychological solutions are not always best.

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Public discussion and the liberal shift

Martin Roiser examines different ways of estimating public opinion and asks how views change after group discussions.

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Special issue - Psychology in a global world: Locally relevant... but globally ignored?

Carl Martin Allwood discusses some of the practical problems with taking an indigenous approach.

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Why is psychology failing the average patient?

Keith Nichols believes that years of research have failed to improve the psychological care of ill and injured people.

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