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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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Decorating the top of the table

Steve Cooper, Chair of the Society’s National Honours Group, introduces some personal reflections on what those letters can do for you – and for psychology.

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Facing the future

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

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How to beat dyslexia

Usha Goswami gave this year’s Broadbent Lecture at the Annual Conference, suggesting that the rhyme and rhythm of different languages holds the key to dyslexia.

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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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Defending the indefensible

In the May issue John Donnelly spoke out in favour of the Rorschach test, but Robert Forde thinks psychologists could face legal action if they follow his advice.

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The real Boon

Julian Boon’s work with the police has been the subject of a Channel 4 series. Jon Sutton met him to discuss his approach to offender profiling.

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A shocking treatment?

Lucy Johnstone takes a look at a controversial therapy, still being used in the UK.

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A 'critical friend' in times of need

Trevor Butt (University of Huddersfield) interviews Phil Salmon.

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Forever a student of psychology

Philip Zimbardo

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Illegal drug problems and their treatments

Michael Gossop and Luke Mitcheson give their practical recommendations.

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In love with work

Jim McCourt meets Professor Peter Warr.

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