Edition 3

David Messer looks at the continuing controversies.

Many would argue that using language is an ability unique to humans. It is a central component to all our lives and is especially important in allowing children to learn so much and so extensively...

John Sheppard interviews Colin Newman, who is retiring after two decades as the Society’s Executive Secretary.

COLIN Newman is the Society; the Society is Colin Newman. This is how many, both within and outside the Society, see things. The Society’s Executive Secretary for the best part of 20 years, his...

John Wearden reports on two symposia.

The conference theme of ‘The psychology of time’ was amply served by three linked symposia, ‘Models of timing’, ‘Time and the brain’ and ‘Applied and developmental studies
of timing’, which...