...meets

Ian Florance talks to clinical psychologist Jane McCartney about her book, her background and her media work.
Robert Williams, a UK-trained clinical psychologist, reflects on nearly 20 years of mental health service delivery with the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia.
Jon Sutton talks to Jamie Hacker Hughes, incoming Society President, Military and Veteran Specialist and Visiting Professor at Anglia Ruskin University.
Samara Aziz, Sahdia Parveen and Jan R. Oyebode give three perspectives.
Amanda K. Bunten outlines her role in improving health at the population level.
‘We underestimate the power of listening’
Sergio Della Sala lets Lance Workman into his world.
Marking 15 years in post, a collection of interviews conducted by Jon Sutton, plus the odd feature.
‘go on analysing data into your later years’
Katie Bogart outlines her working life and its contribution to improving access to therapy.
Harriet Mills is a Data Collection Manager and Assistant Psychologist with the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.
Ian Florance talks to social psychologist Professor Robin Goodwin.
Our editor Jon Sutton talks to Andreas Roepstorff (Aarhus University).
‘I became an atheist and freethinker’
We hear from Rachel Mulholland (Glasgow Caledonian University).
Andy Cornes talks to Ian Florance.
We hear from a brain injury survivor, researchers and a practitioner.
Robin Dunbar talks to Lance Workman about his attempts to see the big picture and find the big number.
‘We have to take risks, fall over sometimes'
Captain Duncan Precious gives his personal reflections on a unique role (found through The Psychologist!)
Ian Florance talks to Fiona Price about putting a background in psychology to use in diverse settings
Daryl O’Connor talks to Gail Kinman about being a twin, stress and health, and the influence of conscientiousness
Science journalist Wendy Barnaby talks to some of our authors.
Walter Mischel speaks to Lance Workman about his famous ‘Marshmallow Test’ and more
Victoria Bourne (Royal Holloway, University of London)