...debates

Charles Weedon with an 'outsider's perspective' on the evolving role of psychologists in schools.
Narinder Kapur points to a consultation.
A response to our interview with Christina Maslach.
G. Neil Martin responds in an ongoing debate.
Mallory Wober on 'the reverse Narcissus'.
Hugh Coolican writes.
Two letters from our October edition.
Ron Roberts on antidepressants and comment.
Dr Stephen Leach has some thoughts.
Madeleine Pownall, a Psychology undergraduate at the University of Lincoln, has concerns.
Glen Jankowski, Sarah Gillborn and Rowan Sandle write.
The debate continues.
The latest from Nicola Gale.
Steven Caldwell Brown on 'I'm a scientist, get me out of here'.
Sue Gerrard with a letter from our September edition.
Simon Knight writes on bias and diversity.
Helen Clark, Director of Membership Services at the British Psychological Society, with some parting thoughts after more than 20 years as an employee.
Claire Hamlet, Fiona Marfleet, Elaine Walklet and Joanne Webb (University of the West of England, Bristol) respond to a suggestion that health psychologists are ill-equipped to work directly with patients; and, below, Karen Rodham, Rachel Povey, Peter Oakes and David Clark-Carter outline why health and clinical psychologists should be working together.
Mark Burton and Carolyn Kagan on their open letter to the Society Trustees.
Professor Adrian Furnham writes.
Professor Martin Milton marks the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act.
Glen Jankowski argues that we are overlooking BME psychologists and their work.