...debates

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.
… from our July issue (including whole section in PDF).
The debate in our 'Letters' pages continues.
A letter in response to our exclusive online interview with Jon Kabat-Zinn.
A letter from our June issue.
A letter from the June issue.
Chartered Psychologist Michael Heap on hypnosis and the ITV show.
Letters respond to the March article 'Words and sorcery'.
A letter in response to Jon Roiser's cover article for April's issue.
Is this an area in need of more research?
Letters respond to an APA journal banning the reporting of null hypothesis significance testing procedures and confidence intervals.
A letter concerning the Health Psychology qualification.
Professor Dorothy Bishop considers academic titles, and sexism.
In the wake of England's World Cup demise, former professional cricketer and Chartered Psychologist Alastair Storie considers whether elite sporting performance relies on crunching the numbers, or on an absence of thought.
Wasyl Nimenko argues for specific recognition of the issues facing those bringing bodies back to their home countries.
Jessica Bockler responds to Magda Osman's article in the February issue.