The British Psychological Society audio interviews

Science journalist Wendy Barnaby talks to some of our authors.

This series of audio interviews features eminent Society members discussing their own areas of interest and related research. Each link below takes you to the audio interview, plus the original article from The Psychologist.

Professor John Aggleton
How the brain regions interact to support different forms of memory

Dr Lynne Dawkins
Smoking cessation and e-cigarettes

Maggi Evans
'Women in leadership - a different story'

Dr Tom Farsides
Is it important to be altruistic?

Professor Dan Freeman
'The stressed sex'

BPS Fellow Professor Chris French
Parapsychology

Emeritus Prof Stephen Lea
Psychological consequences of personal debt

Dr Khadija Rouf
Living with a severe food allergy

Dr Sophie Scott 
Laughing

Susan Van Scoyoc 
Expert Witnesses (Society members only)

BPS Associate Fellow Dr Richard Stephens
How we use swearing to express our emotions (Contains some offensive words)

Professor Andy Young
The neuropsychology of face recognition 

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