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The outcome of psychoanalysis - The hope of a future

Peter Fonagy assesses evidence for the effectiveness of psychoanalytic treatment.

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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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Thinking about intelligence

Adrian Furnham looks at research on lay theories of intelligence and sex differences in estimated intelligence.

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State of the art: Creativity and innovation at work

Michael A. West looks at how to turn creative thinking into innovative practice. Do you recognise yourself or your work environment in his account?

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Making money out of psychology – Can we explain economic behaviour?

In the C.S. Myers Lecture at the Society’s Annual Conference in 2000, Stephen E.G. Lea asked ‘If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich?. 

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State of the art: Psychopathy

Derek Mitchell and James Blair argue that psychopaths lack the ‘music of emotion’.

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Psychiatric diagnosis: More questions than answers

David Pilgrim argues that recent Society guidance on the use of diagnostic classifications in court misses the point.

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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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Avoiding unsavoury television

Barrie Gunter argues that TV ratings systems may be based on an incomplete understanding of audience psychology.

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State of the Art: Language Acquisition

David Messer looks at the continuing controversies.

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Personal Space: Mr Chips Changes Brains

Edgar Stones

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Special issue: Clinical Neuropsychology in Practice

Guest Editor Graham Beaumont introduces a special issue on clinical neuropsychology.

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