...debates

A letter from our January issue.
James Russell reflects on nearly half a century of doing psychology.
As the UK's Parliament votes to allow bombing in Syria, we ask - are there evidence-based ways to resolve this conflict?
Stuart J. Ritchie (University of Edinburgh) responds to Oliver James's letter from the December edition.
…from our December issue.
Oliver James questions the utility of the Human Genome Project when it comes to understanding our psychology.
Does a culture of graduate volunteering represent 'a socio-economic and politically driven subjugation of women'?
A letter responds to our September 'New voices' article.
…other letters from our November issue.
The debate on 'psychology's non-stick frying pan' continues.
Letters on the Reproducibility Project.
From October 'Letters'.
Are misrepresentations rife in the teaching of psychology?
Responses to Phil Banyard's letter.
Professor Steve Reicher and Professor Alex Haslam on how Aylan's picture may have made a difference.
NEETs, street triage and transpersonal psychology, from our September issue.
Phil Banyard bemoans our subject's lack of headline discoveries and transformational products.
A response to a 'New voices' article.
Are psychologists in the field doing enough to raise awareness?
Should the Society's key honorary term be longer?
Michael J. Scott feels the case is not proven.
Dr Michael Lowis looks forward to seeing more on religion in The Psychologist.
Should the Society join the BMA in making a stand on fossil fuel investments?
Letters from our August issue.
Letters following our June article.