Esther Burkitt on whether those pictures stuck to the fridge are really a window to a child’s mind.
IMAGINE a child runs up to you full of excitement, thrusting a drawing into your hands. You see two giant figures, coloured in murky shades of browns and greys, apparently fighting. Would you...
Including President's column and news.
Mark Forshaw urges you to be proud of your project.
Michael A. West (Chair of the Society’s Journals Committee) provides guidance and encouragement in
a vital activity.
FROM time to time many of you are asked by editors of BPS journals to review an article. With apologies to Robert Pirsig (author of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance) we now embark on a...
Mark Burton on the contribution of Ignacio Martín-Baró and his followers.
A UNIVERSITY campus, 16 November 1989. Eight people lie dead – six academic staff, their housekeeper and her daughter, all victims of an elite battalion of the El Salvador army, trained and funded...