...meets

Windy Dryden (pictured left) introduces a chat with Moshe Talmon.
We speak to psychologist and author Lucy Maddox, about her new book Blueprint: How Our Childhood Makes Us Who We Are; plus, we have an exclusive chapter.
Ian Florance meets Alexandra Stein.

Alexandra Stein is a writer and educator specialising in the social psychology of ideological extremism and other dangerous social relationships. ‘We know how totalism works and could educate...

One on One with… Kate Bullen, incoming President of the British Psychological Society.
Associate Professor, Programme Leader MSc Occupational Psychology, UWE Bristol.
September sees a collaboration between Sharron Hinchliff, Reader in Psychology and Health at the University of Sheffield, and Pete McKee, an artist from Sheffield known for his evocative images and distinctive style (‘Till the end of our days’, pictured). We spoke to her.
We meet Dion Terrelonge to talk about ‘style psychology’ and her work as an educational psychologist.
Madeleine Pownall meets Professor David Clarke (University of Nottingham) to discuss an emerging method within psychology – behaviour sequence analysis.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes speaks to Professor Andrew Przybylski, Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford, about the inclusion of 'gaming disorder' in ICD-11.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets existential therapist Emmy van Deurzen.
We hear from the organisational psychologist at the University of Edinburgh.
What's on his shelf?
We meet Cecilia Heyes.
Ian Florance meets Dr Philippa East.

Dr Philippa East’s website details the range of clinical services she offers, but two headings are particularly arresting: ‘Mental Health in Fiction’ and ‘Consultation Services for Writers’....

Hilary Cahalane has set up her own private clinical practice in Prague.
Ian Florance interviews Alan MacPherson, Co-Depute Head of the Institute for Sport, Physical Education and Health Sciences.
Dr Sally Marlow speaks to Ruth Garde, Creative Director of King's College London's 'Arts in Mind' festival.
Joanna Wilde presents her ‘other CV’ – the personal events and motivations behind her career.
Rachael Harper on her personal journey with ADHD; in conversation with her friend Chrissie Fitch.
'One on One' with Sarb Bajwa, the British Psychological Society’s new Chief Executive.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Essi Viding (University College London).