Ian Florance talks to Elizabeth Peel (University of Worcester).
Ad Vingerhoets speaks to Gail Kinman.
'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.
Peter Beaman on the life and times of a psychology technician.
Ian Florance talks with Alison Soutter about her work in Australia protecting children.
Almuth McDowall and Céline Rojon caught up with John Rust, long recognised as one of the UK’s foremost experts on psychometrics.
Ian Florance talks community psychology with Maggie Peake.
‘Science is a very social process’
Emma Nielsen (right) and Kavita Solder (left) remove the blinkers and experience the career peaks and troughs together.
Ian Florance meets Kim Stephenson.
Lance Workman meets Gerd Gigerenzer, Director of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and the Harding Center for Risk Literacy in Berlin.
Professor Mary Aiken discusses cyberpsychology and her role in a major TV series.
Ian Florance interviews Siobhan O’Neill, around her policy work on suicide and self-harm.
Karen M. Zabrucky (Professor of Psychology at Georgia State University) describes how a tragic incident influenced her career as a cognitive psychologist.
Cary Cooper tells Gail Kinman about his efforts to change occupational culture through wide dissemination of psychological theory and research.
Dr Khadj Rouf interviews Dr Jemma Hogwood, Clinical Psychologist, about her work with survivors of the Rwandan genocide.
'One on One' with Professor Peter Fonagy, winner of the prestigious British Academy Wiley Prize in Psychology.
Dr Bryn Alexander Coles, Rebecca Fellows and Aksa Anwar on shifting identities in a Newman University scheme.
Psychology graduate Melanthe Grand interviews her mother, Chartered Psychologist and novelist Voula Grand.