More from the February issue.
What might fat stigma mean for overweight practitioners?
How can The Psychologist increase participation amongst ethnic minority groups?
Following Vaughan Bell and John Cromby's 'Head to Head' in the January issue, the discussion continues.
The discussion concerning sex offenders and their treatment continues.
Professor Dorothy Bishop's guest column.
John Cromby ('yes') and Vaughan Bell ('no') go 'head to head'.
Ben Aaron MacLeod's letter.
Neil Martin's 'Lighter side'
Rethinking Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
Dorothy Bishop is no fan of metrics, but here she argues for a more pragmatic reaction to them.
Problem gambling, 'colour blind' perspectives and more
The debate continues in our letters pages.
Martin Graff takes a 'bah humbug' look at some of the relevant research. Add your own views in the comments!
A round-up of other letters from the November issue.
What do our readers think?
The debate continues.
Our correspondents continue the debate.
We received several letters in response to last month's special issue.
the assisted dying debate; expertise and being a woman; memory; dyslexia; EMDR; practitioner titles; sex offenders; obituaries; and more
unequal Britain; whistleblowing and psychological safety; beliefs about memory; EMDR; non-verbal tests; dyslexia; and more
men and the mental health minefield; Scotland; EMDR; dyslexia; engaging with The Psychologist; and more