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Jim Horne wonders why more psychologists aren't fascinated by yawning.
Adrian Furnham on the importance of personality at work, and how to select the right stuff.

Another leader fails and derails. A CEO resigns, is sacked or sent to prison. The costs are high for all stakeholders, the consequences...

Evidence-based tips, pulled together by our journalist Ella Rhodes.
A special feature on psychologists working with non-human species.
The Psychologist A to Z continues.
Speakers from the British Psychological Society careers events, to be held in Newcastle and London later this year, write to their first-year selves.
Leanne Greene, an assistant psychologist, gets social.
An exclusive chapter from Alice Gregory's book Nodding Off: The Science of Sleep from Cradle to Grave (Bloomsbury).
The Psychologist A to Z continues.
Dinsa Sachan talks to psychologists about their research on the effects of relationship break-up.
Miranda Wheeler, Shelley Boddy and Kerry Ferguson attempt a novel way of engaging girls with diabetes.
Cameron Brick and Sander van der Linden on how psychologists can help solve the largest social dilemma in history.

A pig ate his fill of acorns under an oak tree and then started to root around the tree. A crow remarked, ‘You should not do this. If you lay bare the roots, the tree will wither and die.’ ‘...

Steve Taylor on a type of experience he feels has been neglected by psychology.

For more than two decades now, positive psychology has brought an emphasis on positive human experiences. But is there one type – perhaps the most positive of all – that has not been...

Your chance to have your say!
A football-themed trawl of the archives to mark England's World Cup progress.
Kate Hamilton-West compares the rhetoric and reality of how people manage their health conditions; and introduces a novel practical task which might bring the issues to life.
An exciting opportunity to work full-time for The Psychologist, making a real impact in the world of psychology.
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.