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Myers and medicine

Chris McManus gave the C.S. Myers Lecture at the Annual Conference in Manchester.

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Grandparents and grandchildren

Peter K. Smith on an important and suprisingly underresrearched relationship.

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Web-only article: Psychology and the music of Michael Tippett -a song of innocence and experience

In a special web-only article inspired by the centenary celebrations, Eugene Sadler-Smith discusses how the composer was influenced by psychology. Note: This is part of a continued attempt to integrate our print and web coverage and to offer something extra to members. Web-only material is not peer-reviewed, allowing us to deal more effectively with time-sensitive issues. The website can also host longer articles than we have room for in print, particularly at a time when submission rates and advertising levels remain high. If you are interested in writing a web-only article, e-mail the Editor on [email protected]

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Engaging work

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

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Close relationships - What's in it for us?

Constantine Sedikides delivered the Michael Argyle Lecture at this year’s Annual Conference.

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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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A question of style

Phil Stringer talks to Frank Coffield about his research into learning styles, an increasingly popular area.

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Same-sex marriage and equality

Sue Wilkinson (right) and Celia Kitzinger (left) with the latest in our series of contributions to the Society’s ‘Year of Relationships’.

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What kind of psychology for all?

In response to our special issue Gustav Jahoda sets out a different historical analysis of cross-cultural psychology and finds the concepts of ‘indigenous psychology’ and ‘universal psychology’ hard to pin down.

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Psychology in Japan

Tatsuya Sato and Yoh Fumino with the latest in our international series.

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Inspiring Holden

Keith Gaynor with the first in an occasional series giving a psychological perspective on fictional characters.

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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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