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Why I study...brain injury

Barbara A. Wilson

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Virtual reality

David Rose and Nigel Foreman describe the application to psychology of a fast-developing new technology.

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Universities need educational psychologists

Personal Space - Golda Smith

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Seeing speech in unexpected places - Mouths, machines and minds

Ruth Campbell delivered the C.S. Myers Lecture at the Society’s Annual Conference in Belfast, April 1999.

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Children's road safety

Guest Editors Antony J. Chapman and Deirdre O’Reilly introduce a special issue on child development and road safety. They believe that psychology can help to cut down the UK’s alarmingly high rates of child pedestrian accidents.

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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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Eyewitness testimony and the Oklahoma bombing

Amina Memon and Daniel B. Wright ask what psychological studies can tell us about the search for the shadowy ‘John Doe 2’.

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Internet addiction: Fact or fiction?

Mark Griffiths explores the empirical reality behind the media hype.

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Ethical dilemmas of psychotherapists

Geoff Lindsay and Petruska Clarkson explore the difficulties of psychotherapeutic work.

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Racism - Peer commentaries

Peer commentaries by Steve Reicher, Ann Phoenix, and Gerry Finn. Plus reply by Kwame Owusu-Bempah and Dennis Howitt.

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A very human psychologist

John Sheppard interviews Bob Burden, Professor of Applied Educational Psychology at Exeter University.

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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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