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Personal space - Remove the barriers

Peter Stannett on equal opportunities in psychology.

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Personal space: The evil that men, women and children do

Meg Barker considers news depictions of children as victims and perpetrators of ‘evil’ acts.

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Why I study...adolescence

John Coleman

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Sorted: Ecstasy facts and fiction

Jon Cole, Harry Sumnall and Charles Grob argue that the long-term effects of Ecstasy use are far from clear, and that psychologists are muddying the waters. With peer commentaries from Michael Morgan, Rodney Croft, and Andy Parrott.

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The professional game

Sandy Wolfson on the ethics and regulation of sport and exercise psychology.

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A stranglehold on the development of psychology?

At his Distinguished Contributions to the Teaching of Psychology Award Lecture Tony Gale argued that the Society’s accreditation of the psychology degree has hindered the growth of the discipline.

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Sex, death and war

Associate Editors for Conference reports Kate Cavanagh and Paul Redford introduce our coverage of the 2002 Annual Conference.

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Renewing the scientist-practitioner model

Last year, at the Centenary Conference in Glasgow, David Shapiro delivered the annual M.B. Shapiro Lecture in his father’s honour.

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The body

Guest Editors Karen Ciclitira and Jane Weaver introduce the Psychology of Women Section’s special issue on the body.

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Dyslexia - Seeking help to negotiate the maze

Peter Faire describes his experiences as the parent of a dyslexic child.

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Time for a break

Anthony D. Pellegrini and Peter Blatchford discuss the developmental and educational significance of break time in school.

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Putting beauty back in the eye of the beholder

Anthony Little and David Perrett (winner of the 2000 Presidents’ Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge) discuss evolution and individual differences in face preference.

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