...meets

Fellow of the Society for her work on the dissemination of psychological knowledge, and a former Editor of The Psychologist

We talk to Peter Mitchell about teaching psychology in Malaysia; and to Lucy Standing on the working options for occupational psychologists, and on her role as a social entrepreneur

Richard Byrne tells Lance Workman about his work with apes and elephants

Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology, Keele University, and winner of the Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award

we talk to Rhonda Cohen Head of the London Sport Institute at Middlesex University; and to environmental psychologist Birgitta Gatersleben; and third-year PhD student Mark Taylor turns the tables on his supervisor Angelica Ronald

Catriona Morrison (University of Leeds) talks to mnemonists and those in the field as she considers whether it’s a blessing or curse

Clinical psychologist and novelist

Ian Florance talks psychometrics, economics and the relational company with Roy Childs; and Jessica Deol outlines her role as an assistant psychologist at the Walton Centre and presents a typical case

Jessie Baldwin, a psychology graduate from Warwick University, met Oliver Sacks – physician, best-selling author, and professor of neurology and psychiatry

Jon Sutton talks to occupational psychologist Emma Donaldson-Feilder

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society

we hear from Ian Gargan, Chartered Psychologist and new Chair of the Society’s Representative Council; from NHS to private practice; and working in the College of Policing

Principal Lecturer at York St John University

we meet Ciarán O’Keeffe, ‘the parapsychologist’, and two counselling psychologists working with children, young people and families

We hear from four psychologists about their interactions with the legal system. Also, listen to an interview with Susan van Scoyoc below.

Jon Sutton talks to Gisli Gudjonsson CBE

Professor of Management and Applied Psychology at Athabasca University in Canada, and Executive Director, Centre for Innovative Management

we meet Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell, and Dr Jennifer Hall writes about her work in Uganda

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

we meet health psychologist Rory O’Connor; Terry Sexton tells us of his journey from building site to psychology; and Nisa Shahul Hameed considers a challenging path into the profession

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