Edition 8

Precilla Choi

MY interest in the menstrual cycle began in 1989 when I was a research student. While I was an undergraduate, the lack of topics of specific relevance to women in the psychology curriculum had not...

Tommy MacKay recorded what may have been the last
interview with Boris Semeonoff; on the first anniversary of his death, we publish part of that interview here.

ONE Saturday in February 1998, I sat on the early Glasgow to London flight. As breakfast arrived, the person next to me began some light conversation. ‘Where are you off to?’ she asked. ‘I’m going...

Guest Editors Antony J. Chapman and Deirdre O’Reilly introduce a special issue on child development and road safety. They believe that psychology can help to cut down the UK’s alarmingly high rates of child pedestrian accidents.

Most of us, most of the time, take crossing the road for granted. As adult pedestrians, we have acquired an understanding of how accidents are caused, and have developed and can deploy abilities...