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Retiring?

John Sheppard interviewed Jeffrey Gray of the Institute of Psychiatry just before his ‘retirement’.

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The treadmill syndrome

Personal space - Glyn Hudson-Allez

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New wave analysis

Guest Editor Bryan Roche introduces a special feature on modern behaviour analysis.

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The internet - A possible research tool?

Carl Senior and Michael Smith look at how the development of the internet opens up new possibilities for psychological research.

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Why I study...the menstrual cycle

Precilla Choi

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Qualitative methods: Beyond beliefs and desires

Karen Burt and Mike Oaksford define roles for qualitative methods in developing scientific hypotheses and in fields where objective experiment is impractical.

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Why I study...Ethics

Ronald Francis

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Syndromes, phenotypes and genotypes - Finding the links

Anthony Holland demonstrates how analysis of both genes and behaviour can illuminate research and clinical practice in learning disability.

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Why I study...Cognitive gerontology

Pat Rabbitt

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Even their soul is defective

n this peer commentary target article, Kwame Owusu-Bempah and Dennis Howitt argue that psychology perpetuates racism — in particular, by contributing to the myth of black self-hatred.

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Working with recovered memories

Alan Frankland and Lesley Cohen present a draft of new guidelines for good practice in this difficult area, and invite comment and debate.

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Interpersonal skills of managing emotion at work

Alistair Ostell, Sian Baverstock and Peter Wright outline ways of handling damaging emotional reactions.

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