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Freudian dream theory today

Mark Solms on dreaming in the neuropsychological age.

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Sound familiar?

John Wilding, Susan Cook and Josh Davis present some curious findings from the field of ‘earwitness’ testimony.

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Freud - the ambition theory

Chloe Smith turns the tables on Freud to give her personal analysis of his motives

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Cutting edge: Stalking

Paul E. Mullen, Michele Pathé and Rosemary Purcell provide some insights into a modern-day problem.

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Ethical dilemmas

John Raven expresses concern over the widening gap between the routinised application of ethical codes and the true seriousness of the ethical dilemmas faced by our profession.

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Student writer competition winners

Menna Jones, the winner in the postgraduate category, argues for a psychological explanation of bipolar disorder. Alex Linley, the winner in the undergraduate category, discusses the relationship between adversity and success.

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State of the Art: How babies' brains work

Mark H. Johnson looks at babies’ cognitive and brain development and describes how they actively contribute to the construction of their own brain.

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Half a career spent trying to find the right questions

Robert J. Sternberg delivered the Broadbent Lecture at the Society’s London Conference in December 1999.

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Changing Ethos

John Sheppard interviews Tony Gale, who this month finishes as the Society’s Honorary General Secretary, on his time in office and his view of recent changes in the Society’s structure and functioning.

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Going round in circles with knobs on

John Sheppard interviews Colin Newman, who is retiring after two decades as the Society’s Executive Secretary.

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Personal Space: Mr Chips Changes Brains

Edgar Stones

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From Prisoner to President

Sue Cavill talked to Saths Cooper, former President of the Psychological Society of South Africa, about changes in how psychologists are organising.

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