Following Professor Elizabeth Meins' article in the January issue, the debate continues.
Peter Kinderman writes.
The debate on mental health revelations in The Psychologist continues.
Dr Mike Rennie responds to previous correspondence.
Thoughts on 'male psychology' ahead of a ballot of British Psychological Society members on a new Section.
Ashley Conway responds to our reporting of a prize for Elizabeth Loftus.
A letter in response to the call for a new British Psychological Society Section for Psychology in Defence and Security.
Peter Kinderman's latest.
A letter from our February 2017 edition.
A selection of letters in response to 'Entangled in an ethical maze'.
Dr Roger Lindsay has a sceptical but not unsympathetic take on recent letters.
Sue Whitcombe calls for psychologists to be more proactive.
Psychologists call for feedback.
Dr Karin Carter is concerned; a British Psychological Society representative responds.
Dr Christina Richards has a caustic take on Lewis Carroll's 1876 poem.
A response to recent 'President's Letters', concerning the Health and Care Professions Council and regulation of psychologists.
Professor Peter Kinderman writes.
Ann Malkin writes in response to an article in the December edition.
Is this letter from a) Gijsbert Stoet; b) the concept of envy; or c) Geoff Hurst in the 1966 World Cup Final?
Gina Wieringa with a letter from our January edition.
Dr Philippa East responds to recent correspondence.
Vice President Jamie Hacker Hughes leads a letter from our January edition.
Stephanie Rhodes (University of Wolverhampton) calls for more understanding over the psychological implications of 'invisible' physical illness.
Elizabeth Meins with the first in an occasional series, where psychologists choose the concepts they feel are overrated or underrated.
Rats stop laughing when they are in dangerous situations. Sophie Scott argues that we should do the same.