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Defining issues

Andrew M. Colman discusses the specialist vocabulary of psychology and the problems of compiling a psychological dictionary.

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Terrorism

Andrew Silke with his practical recommendations for preventing further atrocities.

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Who wants to be a millionaire? The quiz as quest

Martin Roiser and Dave Stevens take a look at the television quiz Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in search of legendary themes and roles.

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Weird and wonderful

NEIL MARTIN, Associate Editor for ‘Research in brief’, with 100 odd-sounding papers from the world of psychology and related disciplines.

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Peer commentary: Evolving theories of behaviour

John Archer describes a rich research agenda for evolutionary psychology in testing novel hypotheses. Peer commentaries by Robin Dunbar, Anne Campbell, Lynn Segal, David Buss, and Hilary and Steven Rose.

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Why I study...anomalistic psychology

Christopher C. French

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Educational practice and dyslexia

Rea Reason, a winner of the 2000 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology, sets out the Society’s position on dyslexia.

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Online therapy: A cause for concern?

MARK GRIFFITHS on the advantages and disadvantages of providing psychological services on the internet.

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Immersive television

Jonathan Freeman, Jane Lessiter and Wijnand IJsselsteijn provide an introduction to ‘presence’ – a sense of being there – based on the research of the Immersive Television Project at Goldsmiths College.

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Depersonalisation

Founded in 1998, the Depersonalisation Research Unit at the Institute of Psychiatry was the first in its field. Now the team describe their progress in the development of cognitive-behavioural and pharmacological treatments.

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Why I study...media psychology

David Giles.

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Why I study...close relationships

Duncan Cramer

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