...meets

We hear from Dr Daniel Krawczyk about cause and effect, its neurological basis, and including his own brain in his new book!
Robert Hoffman's keynote talk, 'The Automation Age: A Challenge or an Opportunity?', delivered at the British Psychological Society's Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2018, focused on the subject of myths about automation of work. Here, Andrew Clements (University of Bedfordshire) poses some questions.
We got in touch with Professor Greg Maio (University of Bath) about his new book, The Psychology of Human Values (Psychology Press).
We spoke to Carolyn Mair, Professor of Psychology for Fashion, on the eve of the publication of her new book, 'The Psychology of Fashion' (Routledge).
Ian Florance meets Consultant Clinical Psychologist Fiona Kennedy.

We heard about Fiona’s self-help book integrating CBT and third-wave therapies – Get Your Life Back: The Most Effective Therapies for a Better You, co-authored with David Pearson (...

Esther Ford questions what is missing from the education system: might aspects of psychoanalytic thought be part of the answer?
Declan Gaule is a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society and CEO of the MFG Group, an international automotive training and consultancy business.
Ahead of his keynote address at the British Psychological Society’s Annual Conference in Nottingham this May, Ella Rhodes heard from John Antonakis, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the University of Lausanne.
Reflections from Assistant Psychologist Chris Millar on female offender care in UK prisons.
'Research into the potential benefits of non-invasive brain stimulation for treating neurodevelopmental conditions is at a very exciting stage'. So said Professor Stephen Jackson, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Nottingham, when he spoke to Tourettes Action research manager Dr Seonaid Anderson. She then got the patients' perspective from Ben Parfitt, who is involved in a research project at the university.
Sophie Carrigill is a Paralympian and co-captain of British Wheelchair Basketball. She is also a psychology graduate, and she spoke at the British Psychological Society's Psychology 4 Graduates event in 2017. Our Assistant to the Managing Editor, Debbie Gordon, was there to ask her a few questions.
Kal Kseib meets Professor Paul Gilbert, founder of compassion-focused therapy.
Dr Leyla Ziyal finds common threads in her typical working day.
Craig Barton on his new book 'Difficult not impossible: How to survive clinical depression'.
Psychology graduate Rupert Cornford is combining a career in the media with a deeper passion for understanding people. This is his take on changing career and understanding a brave new world.
Jon Sutton hears from Eric Brymer about a new book, Phenomenology and the Extreme Sport Experience.
Ian Florance interviewed Saniya Rizvi about her journey into counselling psychology… and possibly beyond.

Saniya’s response to our initial e-mail was, ‘I am a bit surprised to be asked for an interview… I’m just an ordinary psychologist, I don’t have research or writing a book experiences to boast...

Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations
From compassion fatigue and burnout to resilience – Gail Kinman takes Lance Workman through her work as an occupational health psychologist.
Sharon-lin Harwood on being a Personal Assistant to those with Down’s syndrome and dementia.
Rebecca Lawthom, Professor of Community Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University, on her working life.
Bec Sanderson talks to social psychologist Shalom Schwartz about his life’s work on values.
We spoke to Dr Chrissy Jayarajah, a Consultant Perinatal Psychiatrist with Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust, about her involvement in a storyline for the popular BBC soap EastEnders.
Ian Florance talks to Ceri Bowen, an International Fellow at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, Putney