Archive

Eye on fiction: The American dream

John Marzillier with the latest in our series of psychological perspectives on fiction – and perhaps fictional perspectives on psychology.

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Towards a healthier nation

Guest editors Charles Abraham and Susan Michie introduce the special issue.

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Daughters of tradition

Paul Singh Ghuman on Asian girls in the West.

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Engaging work

Sharon Smart (the Society’s Assistant Press Officer) meets educational psychologist Alan McLean.

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Unravelling our beginnings

Peter Hepper on the embryonic science of fetal psychology.

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Disability - special issue

Sarah Supple takes a look at the portrayal of disability in the psychological literature. Lisa Woolfson discusses the challenges facing the parents of disabled children. Rebecca Lawthom and Dan Goodley urge psychologists to enable rather than disable. Laura Gorfin and Alex McGlaughlin write on the importance of the service-user voice. Rudi Coetzer describes working for a brain injury service in North Wales.

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Intellectual competence

Tomás Chamorro-Premuzic and Adrian Furnham look to understand, assess and predict individual differences in achievement.

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Couch kids - myth or reality?

Stuart Biddle and Trish Gorely investigate.

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The triple whammy

Jane Wardle on how environments, genes and behaviour interact to cause obesity – and what psychologists can do about it.

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Year of relationships: Waking up next to a stranger

Rodger Ll. Wood discusses how head injury can affect personal relationships.

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Special issue - Reaching the parts that need it?

Ingrid Lunt on achievements and challenges in the international organisation of psychology.

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From Siberia to psychology - Interview with Tadeusz Grygier

Rowan Bayne (University of East London) hears of an extraordinary life in psychology.

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