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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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Charlie and the chocolate factory

At the Centenary Conference in Glasgow Geoff Bunn gave the C.S. Myers Memorial Lecture on Myers himself and his role in the establishment of psychology in Britain.

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Why I study...epilepsy

Gus Baker

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Is a jumper angrier than a tree?

Amanda Waterman, Mark Blades and Christopher Spencer ask nonsensical questions – but their research has serious implications for anyone who interviews children.

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Objects, affordances...action!

At the 2000 London Conference Glyn Humphreys gave his Presidents’ Award Lecture on the cognitive neuroscience of action selection.

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Why I study...anomalistic psychology

Christopher C. French

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User-friendly research in clinical psychology

Jim McCourt caught up with Craig Newnes, Director of Psychological Therapies for Shropshire’s Community and Mental Health Trust, to hear an alternative perspective on research in clinical psychology.

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Spearman Medal Lecture: Reading & Language in Children:Exposing hidden deficits

KATE NATION gave her Spearman Medal Lecture at the London Conference in December.

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Relevant experience: Alternatives to the assistant psychologist post?

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Psychology - A science for society

Kate Cavanagh reports.

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Does the future belong to the scientist practitioner?

Paul Kennedy and Susan Llewelyn investigate views on the integration of research and practice in clinical psychology.

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Suicidal behaviour

Rory C. O’Connor and Noel P. Sheehy look at the cognitive style that can lead people to self-harm or take their own lives.

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