John Raven expresses concern over the widening gap between the routinised application of ethical codes and the true seriousness of the ethical dilemmas faced by our profession.
At a recent Society meeting on the future of occupational psychology concern was expressed about a seemingly widening gap between the routinised application of ethical codes and the true...
Lynn B. Myers explores repression: what it is, how it’s done and what it might mean for psychological research and for repressors themselves.
DO you have friends or colleagues who turn up early for meetings, never seem to forget anything, are always polite and do not lose their temper? The probability is that they possess a repressive...
In her 2000 Presidential Address Pat Frankish reflected on the need for a ‘hearts and minds’ approach to change.
Thought and feeling — it seems the link between the two has been the focus of all my work as a psychologist, and of considerable interest to researchers in our premier establishments. But why did...
Fiona Jones, Associate Editor for Conference reports presents reports from the Annual Conference of the Division of Clinical Psychology.
Reports on treating the child victims of war, and new developments in learning disability.
In the C.S. Myers Lecture at the Society’s Annual Conference in 2000, Stephen E.G. Lea asked ‘If you’re so smart, why aren’t you rich?.