...debates

Professor Peter Kinderman writes.
Ann Malkin writes in response to an article in the December edition.
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.
Responding to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States of America.
Ashley Weinberg seeks your support.
A letter from our December edition.
A letter from our December edition.
A letter from our December edition.
A letter from our December edition.
A letter from our December edition.
Professor Peter Kinderman's latest.
A letter from our December edition.
The discussion on clinicians with mental health difficulties continues in our December edition.
In their 'Opinion' piece, Sergio Della Sala and Roberto Cubelli argue that NHS ethics committees hamper ethics.
Dr Cathy Betoin with a letter from the latest edition.
British Psychological Society Vice President Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes' letter from the November 2016 edition.
Deanne Jade responds to the October 'New voices' piece.
From Professor Peter Kinderman.
A letter about a new web-based solution.