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New horizons

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Can psychology change the world?

Tommy MacKay, winner of the Society’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology, on applied psychology and the human welfare agenda

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Stepping up primary care

Jim White on a radical approach to mental health, which looks beyond individual therapy to offer something more creative and relevant

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Phineas Gage -Unravelling the myth

Malcolm Macmillan updates a familiar tale, 160 years after its inception

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Running the world-class programme in athletics

Dave Collins, Performance Director at UK Athletics, on how he will be putting his background in psychology to use in pursuit of medals this month

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Running to catch the sun

We are all heading for the grave in an indifferent universe. How do we cope with such existential concerns? Dan Jones investigates

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Psychology and visible difference

Diana Harcourt and Nichola Rumsey introduce the special issue

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On vines and minds

Miles Thomas with a call to professional arms on a topic that many of us find of personal interest.

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The great baby signing debate

Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon on an area where academia meets public interest

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The name game

We all have one, and it might determine our fate in a number of intriguing and bizarre ways. Nicholas Christenfeld and Britta Larsen investigate.

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Orgasm

Barry R. Komisaruk, Carlos Beyer and Beverly Whipple view the subject of orgasms as an experience that is an integration of body, nervous system and the mind.

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Questioning the banality of evil

S. Alexander Haslam and Stephen D. Reicher re-examine the established view, in an article based on the 2007 Argyle Lecture

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