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Special issue: Are you behind the times?

Articles by Pasco Fearon (resampling), David Clark-Carter (effect size), Jeremy Miles and Mark Shevlin (structural equation modelling), Andy Field (meta analysis), and Daniel Wright and Sian Williams (reporting results).

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Of witch crazes and health scares

Peter Spencer's Personal space

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Access to souls denied, access to science granted

Broadcaster Nick Ross on what psychology did for him.

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Touching on the cause of delusions

Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, winner of the 2002 Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology, investigated our ‘self-monitoring’ mechanism and what happens when it fails.

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Beliefs about delusions

Vaughan Bell, Peter Halligan and Hadyn Ellis on the sometimes fine line between normality and abnormality.

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Student writer competition winners

Lesley Thoms, the winner in the undergraduate category, suggests a role for ecopsychology in improving well-being. Tom Stafford, the winner in the postgraduate category, investigates the coffee break.

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Conducting research on the internet

Claire Hewson looks at the pros and cons.

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Blot on the landscape?

John Donnelly's Personal Space.

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Peer commentary - To prescribe or not to prescribe - Is that the question?

Robert Resnick argues that psychologists should be allowed to prescribe medication. With commentaries from Lucy Johnstone, Morgan Sammons and Ronald Levant, and Jim Orford.

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Forever a student of psychology

Philip Zimbardo

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Developing an identity

David Giles interviews Martyn Barrett.

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Against cognitive psychology

Norman Wetherick hates mindless data collection – ‘Who’s asking the big questions?’

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