Edition 12

John Sheppard interviewed Jeffrey Gray of
the Institute of Psychiatry just before his ‘retirement’.

‘JEFFREY Gray retires soon — he would be interesting to interview!’ said our Editor. So off I went to the Institute of Psychiatry at Denmark Hill, London, and found I had been slightly misled....

Roz Shafran gave the first Award for outstanding doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology Lecture at the Society’s Annual Conference in Belfast in April.

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that is estimated to affect 1–3 per cent of the population, although the true prevalence remains unknown (Antony et al., 1998). Most...

The new millennium does not, strictly speaking, begin until 1 January 2001. But it’s clear that in the public’s view the change in the calendar from 1999 to 2000 is the big psychological event.
So here we present some thoughts from various perspectives on why many people see the year 2000 as so significant …

Barbara A. Wilson

What is it about the study of brain injury that grabbed my interest in my student days and continues to intrigue me? I know that the division between normality and abnormality, and the frail...