...meets

‘I pull on my trainers and go for a run’
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology in the Department of Applied Psychology, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
‘We can still choose how to respond: how to fight against creation’.
Nadine Mirza, MPhil student, University of Manchester.
Liz Hollis, freelance journalist and media consultant specialising in psychology.
How do those on the fringes of psychology view our profession? Ian Florance meets Michèle Down.
Sophie von Stumm runs the Hungry Mind Lab at Goldsmiths, University of London. Jon Sutton poses the questions.
Ian Florance meets Mick Billig, Professor of Social Science at Loughborough University.
Ron Davie talks to Ian Florance about his interdisciplinary life.
Naoimh Fox writes about the effect of a hearing impairment on her work and aspirations.
Shalini Raman reflects on some valuable professional and personal experience.
‘Be patient, keep an open mind'
Behavioural Insights Research Advisor at Public Health England.
Dean Burnett ponders how he writes about psychology and neuroscience for a wide audience, and shares an extract from his new book 'The Idiot Brain'.
Society representative on the Law Commission report on fitness to plead tests.
‘We all work for a common purpose’
Ian Florance talks to Elizabeth Peel (University of Worcester).
'Don't hug the intellectual shoreline'
Chair Elect of the British Psychological Society’s Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Psychology Section.
‘Music has so many other benefits’
Isabelle Cullis, Changing Faces Practitioner, on her work at Salisbury District Hospital.
Nick Maguire (University of Southampton) talks to Ian Florance.
‘Alternative stories are an antidote'
…a contributor on behalf of the British Psychological Society to the Royal College of Anaesthetists Core Standards for Pain Management Services.