Dr Jessica Munafò writes.
Dee Anand, Chair of the British Psychological Society's Division of Forensic Psychology, responds regarding a recent Ministry of Justice review of the Sex Offender Treatment Programme.
In an online extra, psychology undergraduate Madeleine Pownall (University of Lincoln) picks her 'Overrated / Underrated'.
The debate continues over the potential formation of a 'Male Psychology' Section of the British Psychological Society.
A sceptical response to our recent Presidential Address.
A letter from our July edition.
The latest from British Psychological Society President Nicola Gale.
A letter from our July edition.
Letters from our July edition.
Mallory Wober on shapes and thought.
Ste Weatherhead seeks to prompt discussion on our foundations.
From the writer who sparked our debate on mental health revelations from practitioners.
John Edwards writes.
A response to our 'Minds run free' cover feature.
Two letters from our June edition.
Dr James Thompson writes.
The latest from President Nicola Gale.
Lynne Hipkin responds to Professor Elizabeth Meins' 'Overrated: The predictive power of attachment'.
Several writers respond to Professor Rita Jordan's letter in the May issue.
Dr Peter Lee (University of Portsmouth) responds to Professor Albert Bandura's article in our February issue.
Fiona Williams and Julia Metcalfe respond to a letter in our April edition.
A conversation across the Atlantic, between Dr Tony Rousmaniere and Professor Miranda Wolpert.

Dr Tony Rousmaniere and Professor Miranda Wolpert are clinical psychologists; Tony is a practicing therapist in the US with adults, Miranda is an academic working on child and young...

Christopher Macy writes.
Another response to Professor Elizabeth Meins' 'Overrated/Underrated' article in the January edition.
The first from incoming British Psychological Society President Nicola Gale.