Edition 11

Natalie Cook (now a third-year on the Oxford Clinical Doctoral Course) looks back at the start of her training.

27 September One day to go. Am beginning to wish I was on a course which organises for first-years to meet, or tells you a bit about them, or at least gives you their names.
What if everyone...

John Wilding, Susan Cook and Josh Davis present some curious findings from the field of ‘earwitness’ testimony.

IN 1935 Bruno Hauptmann was convicted of the kidnapping and murder of the infant son of the aviator Charles Lindbergh in the United States. Lindbergh claimed that Hauptmann’s voice matched that of...

Stephen E. G. Lea introduces the Society’s new guidelines for psychologists working with animals.

OVER 20 years ago, the Society published its first guidance on the use of animals in psychology, in the form of a working party report. That working party grew into the Society’s Standing Advisory...

Sue Cavill talks to those in the front line and finds that the Western model of help may not be the most suitable.

Graham Fawcett shows me a child’s picture. Drawn mainly in yellow, it is punctuated by red — red tanks, red guns, a red body, red blood among falling houses. It was drawn by a Kosovar refugee in...

John Sloboda and Peter Coleman's Personal Space

WE have recently proposed that the Society’s Council should take various initiatives to respond to the psychological consequences of the recent military interventions in Kosovo and Serbia. These...