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The Psychologist A to Z continues.
Emilia Misheva considers the evidence.

There is abundant evidence to indicate that neurodevelopmental disorders tend to co-occur, rather than existing as individual conditions. Could this ‘comorbidity’ reflect an overall atypical...

Joe Smith on differing views over what we should strive for, and what they mean for positive psychology on the 20th anniversary of its springing to life.

When father of positive psychology Martin Seligman was told by a co-author of the World Happiness Report that his goals were too selfish and that he needed to think more about other people, it...

An exclusive chapter from 'Mismatch: How our Stone Age Brain Deceives us Every Day', by Ronald Giphart and Mark van Vugt (published by Robinson).
Senior and Basic Grade Clinical / Educational Psychologists Senior Grade Clinical / Counselling Psychologist Basic Grade Clinical / Educational Psychologist at the Brothers of Charity Services Ireland.
The Psychologist A to Z continues.
…winning entries in our annual poetry competition.
Karen Rodham argues that an empowering idea is yet to translate into practice; before turning her attention to the 'underrated' nature of face-to-face therapeutic interaction.
How do psychologists’ own artistic creations reflect their internal lives and approach to the stuff of therapy? Christina Richards introduces several musings on the writers’ own works, in a variety of artistic media. Includes online extras.
Rebecca Poinot on discovering a voice as a French person living and working in psychology in the UK.
Carl Walker, Ewen Speed and Danny Taggart believe that the nature of public policy means we can never be as influential as we’d like to be. They follow this with an article reminding us of the value of informal psychological caregiving.
The Psychologist A to Z continues.
Cyberpsychology, defence and security, male psychology, and political psychology under a topical spotlight.
Emma Palmer-Cooper on the value of working with members of the public as more than just the subjects of research.
Jorina von Zimmermann and Daniel C. Richardson take us from fireflies to military parades.

As soon as we are in the presence of other human beings, we align our behaviours with them. Though often unintentional, powerful social signals are produced when we synchronise our actions...

Dan Johnson explores adversity in childhood.

The role of adversity in shaping who we become has been questioned for centuries by philosophers, since well before Shakespeare wrote of ‘a wretched soul, bruised with adversity’. Yet it is...

Australian writer and psychologist Gina Perry on the writing of her book 'The Lost Boys: Inside Muzafer Sherif's Robbers Cave experiments'. How does it feel to find yourself effectively debriefing people on an experiment they took part in 60 years ago?
As the England men's football team prepare for the World Cup finals in Russia, Tim Callen offers five pieces of evidence-based advice.
Our editor Jon Sutton introduces a special collection of articles on 'unlocking the social cure'.
An exclusive extract from 'The Happy Brain', the new book from neuroscientist, blogger and comedian Dean Burnett.
Michelle K. Ryan and Teri A. Kirby on why ‘Lean In’ is both an underrated and overrated phenomenon.
Clinical Psychologist or Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Health & Social Care Partnerships, Lake District, Cumbria.
Tim Lomas (University of East London) with some highlights from his new books Translating Happiness and The Happiness Dictionary. With five bonus words…