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Waiting for better things

Rudolf N. Cardinal, joint winner of the Societys 2002 Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology, writes about his work.

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It's not always good to talk

Darren Ellis and John Cromby on the health implications of emotional expression.

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Emotional intelligence

K. V. Petrides, Adrian Furnham and Norah Frederickson argue for a trait approach to the misunderstood construct.

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Psychology in France

Cedric E. Ginestet and Elisabeth Spitz with the latest in our international series.

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Intersex - special issue

Lih-Mei Liao and Mary Boyle guest edit this special issue. Iain Morland exposes the psychoanalytic roots of modern surgical management of intersexuality; Celia Kitzinger discusses the implications of intersexuality for the psychology of women; Melissa Hines writes on the role of hormones in brain development and behaviour; and Lih-Mei Liao and Mary Boyle ask what we can learn from intersex people themselves.

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Student writer competition winners

In the undergraduate category, Alexa Ispas looks at repairing historical rifts - is collective guilt the answer? Then in the postgraduate category, Susan Rasmussen looks at the imperfection of perfectionism.

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Why I study...Disgust

By Graham C.L. Davey

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Primary care mental health workers - Bridging the gap

Brinder Bains and Priti Shah on a new role for psychologists.

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Are you what you have?

Helga Dittmar on consumer society and its effects on our sense of identity.

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Educational psychology in an age of uncertainty

Irvine S. Gersch, winner of the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology 2002, on how to ensure that educational psychologists meet the needs of the country.

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Psychology in Vietnam

Pham Minh Hac and Do Long with the latest in our international series.

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Time to bid goodbye to the psychology lecture

Steven Schwartz argues that psychology teaching should take heed of psychological research and offer more ‘problem-based learning’.

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