Including happiness, lap dancing, totalitarianism, help-seeking, binge-drinking and much more
Including reality TV; ABA; psychology and nuclear weapons; environmental concerns; guest columns and much more
Including how to 'green' our practice and research; dyslexia; integrating psychology; more on the forensic/clinical divide; and much more.
Including applied behaviour analysis; the forensic/clinical overlap; obesity; baby buggies; IAPT; philosophy; guest columns and more
Including the first 'guest columns' in the revamped 'Letters' section
Including adults with Asperger's, a call to arms, Little Albert and the Hawthorne effect.
Including CBT, health psychology correction, autism, evolution and more
Including evidence, statutory regulation and more
Including statutory regulation, ABA, health literacy and more.
Including ABA, more views on the redesign, and a debate on whether psychologists should do more to tackle the reoffending crisis.
Including whistleblowing, statutory regulation, NICE and more
Including working with adjacent fields, Rorschach, evil, and obituaries.
Letter, responses and obituries
Alexander S. Haslam and Steve Reicher’s excellent article (‘Questioning the banality of evil’, January) reminded me of why I came into psychology in the first place. It is both highly scholarly...
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Access to literature; controversial psychology; psychologists and national security; and more
Pam Maras writes about international relations
NICE Guidelines; sadism; cultural lessons from the arts; IQ rise; the health of UK psychology; and more
Susan Hansen presents a counterpoint argument to Tom Stafford's February article
Going the proverbial extra mile
In the February issue Tom Stafford examined an accusation often levelled at psychology. Susan Hansen thinks we need to take another look at what ‘common sense...
Tom Stafford on a common accusation levelled at psychology
Psychology? Well it’s all obvious, isn’t it? Just common sense, but dressed up with big words to confuse people.
Many of us must be familiar with this kind of accusation. Tell someone you...
Including work experience within psychology, CRV checks, John Beloff and more.
Guy Claxton on the welcome return of the irrational.
The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. Whoever does not know it, and can no longer...
Peter Kinderman calls for big changes in training and career structures.
The training and career structure of applied psychologists must change radically. And the structure of the governing professional body – the BPS – must change too. There should be a single three-...