Archive

Elementary, my dear Watson, the clue is in the genes... Or is it?

Annette Karmiloff-Smith plays detective to unravel the genetic basis of Williams syndrome.

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A bridge too far?

Ian Rivers, winner of the Society’s Award for Promoting Equality of Opportunity 2001, considers the social inclusion of lesbians and gay men.

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Action plan -The changing family

Arlene Vetere and Emilia Dowling, with Rita Harris, Renos Papadopoulos, Hitesh Raval and Bernadette Wren.

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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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Sport and exercise

John Kremer and David Lavallee introduce the special issue.

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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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Silencing dissent in academia: the commercialisation of science

David Miller and Greg Philo's 'Personal space'

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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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In the blink of an eye

Francine Shapiro and her eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy have had their critics. But here, with Louise Maxfield, she argues that it is safe, rapid and effective.

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Decisions, decisions

Clare Harries and David Hardman introduce the sepcial issue on judgement and decision making.

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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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