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Ahead of Remembrance Day in the UK, we take a themed trawl of the archive in a special free app edition.
Words by Karen Rodham (University of Staffordshire). Download PDF for poster.
Louisa Lawrie and Louise H. Phillips on how we process emotions in ourselves and others as we age.
Emily J.H. Jones and Mark H. Johnson make the case for investment in early intervention for neurodevelopmental disorders.
Gina Rippon asks why plastic brains aren’t breaking through glass ceilings.
Tom St Quinton looks at the classic theory and alternatives in the latest 'New voices'.
Developed by Dr Elliot Cohen at Leeds Beckett University, it introduces Psychology students to themes of self, identity and lifespan.
In this exclusive chapter from a new edited collection 'Envy at Work and in Organizations' (Oxford University Press), W. Gerrod Parrott considers the benefits and threats from being the target of envy at work.
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Psychologists report from a meeting sponsored by SPSSI-UK and Cardiff University. First up, Tony Manstead, Steve Reicher and Katy Greenland.
In an exclusive extract from his new book, Alan Corbett discusses working with profound depression.
From the Research Digest in 2014, guest blogger Mathias Clasen.
Words by Steph Singer and Clare Jonas; image by John Watts.
Szonya Durant with a primer on eye tracking.
Roger Luckhurst on ‘zombie psychology’.
Ella Rhodes speaks to psychologists in an attempt to understand the widespread and persistent nature of apparently irrational beliefs.
Madeleine Pownall on a form of poetry that should speak to literature lovers and psychologists alike.
Holly Kahya on how yogic breathing could enhance psychological practice, in the latest in our series for budding writers (see thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/contribute).
An extract from Professor Susan Golombok's British Psychological Society Book Award winner, 'Modern Families: Parents and Children in New Family Forms' (Cambridge University Press).
In an extract from his new book, John Marzillier meets people who have returned to the scene of their trauma.
Annie Brookman considers the potential benefits and concerns in an ever-growing field.
Words by Dr Victoria E. Galbraith; image by Jon Sutton.
Nancy Tucker on bulimia nervosa in the latest 'New voices', for budding writers (see thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/contribute for more information).
Sofia Deleniv considers the implications of genomic imprinting for social behaviour and mental health.
Jon Sutton and Aidan Horner speak to the children of psychologists, and the psychologists themselves, about their parenting.