...debates

The debate continues.
A letter from our March edition.
Letters respond to our February feature.
A letter from our March edition.
James A. Grange with the lead letter from our March edition.
A letter from our March edition advocates consortium-based undergraduate projects.
A letter from our February edition.
A letter from the February edition.
Dawn Thorley with a letter from the February edition.
A letter from our February edition.
Dr Fenja V. Ziegler (University of Lincoln) and Dr Richard J. Tunney (University of Nottingham) respond to the article in our December edition.
A letter responds to an article in our December edition.

 

A letter from our February edition.
The debate continues, with a letter from John Raven.
Rebecca McElroy considers pathological demand avoidance.
John Cooter's letter responds to a review.
Dr Sara Cureton responds to a letter in our December issue.
Professor Peter E. Morris and Dr Catherine O. Fritz on replication and research fraud.
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'?