Archive

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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Leader of the pack

Phil Stringer interviews comparative psychologist Tony Dickinson, Fellow of the Royal Society.

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Facing the future

Penny J. Furness considers the psychosocial issues surrounding facial transplants.

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The absent mind - Attention and error

Ian H. Robertson gave the Myers Lecture at the 2003 Annual Conference – Now pay attention.

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Discipline matters

Jim McCourt met Dr Louis D. Kramer and Jill Bellingham to discuss the work of the Society’s Professional Conduct Board.

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CPD -What should we be developing?

John Raven's Personal Space.

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Why the client knows best

Stephen Joseph believes client-centred psychotherapy is a misunderstood approach with profound significance.

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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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State of the art - Synaesthesia

What’s it like to smell pain and taste words? Jamie Ward on the unusual world of the synaesthete.

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Forever a student of psychology

Philip Zimbardo

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Force for change

Paul Mathias describes how psychology has helped his work with the police.

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In love with work

Jim McCourt meets Professor Peter Warr.

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