...meets

We put some questions to Professor Jonathan Passmore, Series Editor of the Wiley-Blackwell ‘Organisational Psychology’ series.
Ella Rhodes asks the questions.
James Olav Hill is a psychology graduate and a freelance shooting producer director for television.
Ian Florance met ‘Scientific practitioner’ Hugh McCredie to discuss a lifetime spent working on people issues in organisations.
We meet Linda Clare, Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia at the University of Exeter.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets social psychologist Professor Paul Stenner (Open University).
Kal Kseib meets Kelly Wilson, Professor of Psychology at the University of Mississippi.
Patric Esters on cultural challenges and possible universals.
One on One with Joanna Griffin.

Joanna Griffin is a Chartered Psychologist working at SurvivorsUK, for men who have experienced sexual abuse. She is a clinical supervisor at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling....

We meet Nicki Morley.

Psychologists – like many other professionals – change their jobs more quickly these days and are involved in areas that might have seemed unconventional to practitioners even 20 years ago....

Poppy Noor meets Michal Kosinski, psychologist, data scientist and Professor at Stanford University
Associate Editor Dr Rebecca Stack spoke to Meik Wiking, author of The Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living.
Reader in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University.
Our editor Jon Sutton speaks to academic and author Professor Charles Fernyhough (University of Durham) about his writing.
Ella Rhodes poses the questions to the Chief Executive and Board Director of the Behavioural Insights Team.
Kal Kseib meets Steven C. Hayes, Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Nicola Gale is the incoming President of the British Psychological Society.
We meet Fiona McClean.

Some psychologists find the topic, application, approach or syndrome that fascinates them at the start of their career or training. Others take some time to identify their core interest. After...

Dr Josephine Perry has some advice based on an unusual career path.
Samuel Landau is a community rabbi and a trainee clinical psychologist. Here, he reflects on how wearing these two hats has required frequent consideration of difference, diversity and tolerance.
Martin Seager is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Change, Grow, Live, and Branch Consultant with the Central London Samaritans.
Fadumo Omar Mohamed talks about her experience of working as a Mental Health Activity Manager for Médecins Sans Frontières. Fadumo has previously worked for MSF in Tajikistan and Ethiopia. Her latest assignment took her to Jordan where MSF are treating war-wounded Syrians.
Dr Robbie Duschinsky, University of Cambridge, meets Dr Judith Solomon to hear about her work in attachment.
Ian Florance talks to British Psychological Society Vice President Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes.
Our editor Jon Sutton pauses to appreciate two long-running psychological BBC Radio 4 programmes – Digital Human and All in the Mind.