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The psychology of scientific thought and behaviour

Gregory J. Feist presents an overview of the emerging subdiscipline

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Mind the gap – pathways to psychosis

Helen Fisher explores links between childhood maltreatment and adult psychosis

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The age of the superhuman

Christian Jarrett gets to grips with cyborg technology

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Austerity psychology

Are ‘these troubled times’ having an impact on how you research, teach or practise psychology? We asked, you responded, opening with the Committee of the Society’s Community Psychology Section.

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The psychology of stuff and things

Christian Jarrett on our lifelong relationship with objects

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Expert witness work - time to step up to the plate

David Crighton introduces a special feature

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The paradox of knowing

Why do we have greater insight into others than ourselves? David Dunning outlines some intriguing research.

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Why is it so hard to quit smoking?

Lynne Dawkins explores the role of nicotine and non-nicotine contributions to smoking and considers a promising new device for kicking the habit. Also, listen to our interview with Lynne.

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How many psychologists does it take... to explain a joke?

Christian Jarrett investigates the psychology of humour and comedy

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The globalisation of mental illness

Ross White considers the issue

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Searching for love

Robert J. Sternberg on the stages of his quest to understand what bonds us together (download PDF for tables etc).

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Individual differences – the British context

Gerald Matthews and K.V. Petrides open a series of articles on differential psychology

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