Edition 3

Petra Boynton on data management.

Irvine S. Gersch, winner of the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology 2002, on how to ensure that educational psychologists meet the needs of the country.

My work over the past three decades has left me in no doubt that educational psychologists have a unique and useful contribution to make for children, families, schools, LEAs and communities....

Lindsay O’Dell, Guida de Abreu and Sarah O’Toole look at the role of culture in psychology.

World events since 11 September 2001 have brought the need for understanding of cultural difference to the fore. Psychologists have a major part to play addressing issues such as identity,...

John Archer argues that social constructionist research favours politically biased interpretations of discursive material, at the expense of a large body of empirical evidence.

The difference between boys and girls or men and women fascinates the public and the academic community alike, and there is a vast amount of theoretically driven and empirically based research on...

Andrea Kübler discusses the psychological implications of thought-controlled computers.

My diving bell becomes less oppressive, and my mind takes flight like a butterfly. There is so much to do. You can wander off in space and time, set out for Tierra del Fuego or for King Midas’s...

Including Sarah Morley Wilkins and Gemma Gray on making psychology courses accessible to blind and visually impaired students.