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Philip Davis with a case history from his multidisciplinary Centre for Research into Reading, Literature, and Society.
Albert Bandura on the increasing use of military drones and the psychology that enables it.
Kate Sweeny provides a nuanced picture of the research.
Ahead of their British Psychological Society seminar series, Line Caes and Abbie Jordan call for creativity in research design. Living with chronic health conditions during adolescence can bring particular psychological and social challenges. But do we need to make more effort to hear the voices of those affected?
In this exclusive extract from Gail Saltz's book 'The Power of Different: The Link Between Disorder and Genius', she considers the experience of having a learning difference.
An exclusive chapter from a new book 'The Fat Lady Sings', by Cheryl Fuller, published by Karnac in March.
With its relaunch, The Psychologist aims to reflect and encourage the trend for clear science communication. Here, regular contributors give their views on the benefits of engaging a wide audience. First up, Steve Reicher and Alex Haslam.
The Psychologist A-Z kicks off.
As we relaunch, our journalist Ella Rhodes considers style and impact in the printed form.
Diana Kwon on when walking in another’s shoes is not enough.
Stephen Joseph calls for more research into the psychology of authenticity.
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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.
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