Kevin Browne (University of Nottingham) talks to Lance Workman about his international work on institutional childcare practices
…with Almuth McDowall, Lecturer at the University of Surrey
Ian Florance meets health psychologist Rory O’Connor
Neuroscientist, comedian and Guardian blogger
Ian Florance talks to Stephanie Davies, Creative Director and ‘cognitive laughter and humour consultant’ for Laughology; and Elizabeth Sullivan writes on gallows humour.
Richard Wiseman, Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire, talks to comedian Richard Herring
Associate Dean and Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire
Ian Florance talks to Elizabeth Stokoe, Professor of Social Interaction at Loughborough University.
Jon Sutton talks to Nicola Yuill (University of Sussex)
…with Anita Rose
we hear from Bryan McCrae about the psychology of sales; Aon Dillon on the concept of autonomy; and Kay Buckby on her work in management training
Jon Sutton interviews Andrea Burri, psychologist and genetic epidemiologist
Dorothy Bishop (University of Oxford) talks to Lance Workman about tweeting, blogging and childhood disorders
Professor of Psychology and Vice Chancellor at the University of Bath
Ian Florance meets some 25-year-old psychologists as The Psychologist celebrates its 25th birthday; and we hear from Leanne Alston about her work with Remploy
Professor of Women's Health Psychology at the University of Western Sydney. With online only answers.
Christina MacDonald shares her experiences as an assistant psychologist working on a pilot project supporting victims of human trafficking
As psychology at the University of East London celebrates its 50th anniversary, Miles Thomas (UEL) talks to its first Head of Department, John Radford
Includes online-only answers
working in residential care, with Cian Aherne and Noelle Fitzgerald; we talk to Jon White about working in public relations; plus the latest vacancies
Jon Sutton meets Craig Knight (University of Exeter and Director of IDR) to talk about identity and the design of our environments. You can listen to or download the interview in full by clicking on the speaker link below.
we meet Suzanne Heape, a Senior Human Factors Engineer; and Laura Tozer writes about her work in Peru
Professor of the Learning Sciences, and Co-Director of the Centre for Real-World Learning, at the University of Winchester. He also holds visiting appointments at Exeter and Bristol Universities. Includes online only answers.
Jon Sutton enjoyed a curry with Bruce Hood (University of Bristol), Royal Institution Christmas Lecturer and author of new book The Self Illusion.