Edition 6

Associate Editor for Conference reports Fiona Jones introduces our coverage of the 1999 Annual Conference.

FOR the first time in 30 years, the Society’s Annual Conference, together with the Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, was held in Northern Ireland. Belfast’s Waterfront Hall and...

Amina Memon and Daniel B. Wright ask what psychological
studies can tell us about the search for the shadowy ‘John Doe 2’.

ON 19 April 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building turned to rubble as the sound of the explosion echoed through Oklahoma City. One hundred and sixty-eight people died and over 600 people...

Ronald Francis

BEING asked why I chose to study ethics has resulted in an overdue self-interrogation. As Somerset Maugham remarked, life can only be lived forwards and understood backwards — and so it is with...

Sarah Hampson disentangles the Gordian knot of modern personality research.

PERSONALITY is impossible to define succinctly because it means different things to different personality psychologists. Whereas most would accept that the field of personality
is the study...