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Something borrowed, something blue

Spearman Medal winner Thalia Eley on combining old and new approaches to the development of anxiety and depression.

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Of witch crazes and health scares

Peter Spencer's Personal space

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Ten things I hated about intelligence research

Ian J. Deary, winner of the Society’s 2002 Book Award, ‘looks down’ on a controversial area in this article from October 2003. 

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On a certain blindness in modern psychology

Michael J. Apter's Personal Space

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Ana's gone surfing

Patrick Davies and Zara Lipsey look at the disturbing rise of pro-anorexia websites.

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CPD -What should we be developing?

John Raven's Personal Space.

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The tides of March

Associate Editors for Conference reports Kate Cavanagh and Paul Redford introduce our coverage of the 2003 Annual Conference.

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A quiet revolution

Linda Clare, Alan Baddeley, Esme Moniz-Cook and Bob Woods discuss advances in the understanding of dementia.

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Psychology in Spain

Salvador Algarabel and Juan V. Luciano with an outline of the state of psychology in their country.

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Forever a student of psychology

Philip Zimbardo

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What do you get when you cross a communication aid with a riddle?

Dave O’Mara and Annalu Waller on using humour to help language-impaired children to communicate and participate.

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How do we recognise good research?

Peter Salmon discusses anarchism, methodologism and the quantitative vs. qualitative debate.

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