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The essence of the human condition?

Lorenzo Stafford on our ancient and under-appreciated sense of smell in the first of our special issue, 'An explosion of the senses'

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What doesn't kill us...

Stephen Joseph discusses the psychology of post-traumatic growth

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Mirror-writing

Robert D. McIntosh and Sergio Della Sala explore some intriguing phenomena

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Psychology on the road

John A. Groeger introduces a special issue with a look at how to manage the menaces and maximise the merits of mass motoring

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Experiencing time in daily life

Why does a watched pot never boil, or time fly when you’re having fun? Dan Zakay has some answers

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Faster, higher, stronger!

On the eve of the Olympics and Paralympics, Christian Jarrett dives into the psychology of competition

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Toilet psychology

Nick Haslam argues that psychologists should stop averting their eyes from the bathroom

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Replication, replication, replication

Stuart J. Ritchie, Richard Wiseman and Christopher C. French with the opening contribution to a special on one of the cornerstones of scientific progress. This is followed by a variety of perspectives on replication and possible ways forward, from: Daniel Simons; Dave Nussbaum; Henry L. Roediger, III; Gregory Mitchell; Daryl Bem; Claudia Hammond; Daniel Bor; Sam Gilbert; Joshua Hartshorne and Adena Schachner; Alex Holcombe and Hal Pashler; Jelte Wicherts; and Stephen Pilling

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Opinion: The person in psychological science

Alison Lee, from her perspective in neuropsychology, argues that psychologists need to get to know their participants

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Bridging psychological and physical health care

Konrad Jacobs, Penny Titman and Melinda Edwards open a special feature on paediatric clinical psychology

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Self-control – the moral muscle

Roy F. Baumeister outlines intriguing and important research into willpower and ego depletion

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When psychology came to my rescue

Christian Jarrett invited leading psychologists to share their stories

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