Archive

The Dance of Dialogue

Martin J. Pickering gave the Broadbent Lecture at the Society's Annual Conference, on the remarkable and unconscious ways that people align in conversations

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One brain - two visual systems

Mel Goodale and David Milner, winners of the Society’s Book Award, outline their 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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Special issue: A life on the margins

Stephen Frosh on the tension between order and disorder in his and Freud’s careers.

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Special issue - Nipping criminality in the bud

In the first of our articles, Carole Sutton, David Utting and David Farrington look at the evidence for the early origins of antisocial behaviour.

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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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From the 2006 conference - Including EXTRA REPORTS in html version

Simon Bignell (associate editor) introduces our coverage from Cardiff, including online extras!

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Left and right brain - Insights from neural networks

At this year’s Annual Conference, Padraic Monaghan delivered the Spearman Medal Lecture on an unusual way of studying hemispheric specialisation.

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Personal space: Why so wayward?

Guy Claxton on the welcome return of the irrational.

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Tyranny revisited - Groups, psychological well-being and the health of societies

Stephen Reicher and S. Alexander Haslam discuss results from their BBC Prison Study.

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Praying at the altar of the stars

David Giles and John Maltby examine the current state of psychological research on celebrities and those who ‘worship’ them.

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Sexuality special issue - Part one

Catherine Butler, Lyndsey Moon and Meg Barker introduce the special issue. Alex Accoroni on some common misconceptions that can hinder a straight therapist in their work with LGB clients. Lyndsey Moon on sexual scripts and the language of difference.

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