Edition 9

Adrian Scott and Jeff Gavin on alleviating the burden of student loans.

Andrew Silke looks at the responses, obstacles and ways forward.

How much do psychologists really know about terrorism? It has been around for a long time, but it was not until the end of the 1960s that terrorism began to attract any degree of meaningful...

Cedric E. Ginestet talked to Professor Hein de Vries of the Maastricht Health Research Institute for Prevention and Care about international collaboration on smoking prevention.

Mark Bennett delivered the Michael Argyle Lecture at the Society’s 2004 Annual Conference.

The structures and processes underlying the self and human identity are as fundamental to psychological inquiry as it is possible to imagine. These topics have occupied social psychology’s centre...

Jonathan St B.T. Evans takes a satirical look back from the future.

I am honoured to accept the presidency of the British Psychological Society. For today’s lecture I have chosen to review the state of academic psychology in the UK, and especially to record my...

Cedric E. Ginestet and Elisabeth Spitz with the latest in our international series.

GEOGRAPHICALLY and ethnically, France is at the crossroads of Europe. The existence of natural boundaries accelerated the formation of the French nation, which rapidly became the most populous in...

Dorothy Bishop.

I must have been around four years old when I was first made aware that I was different. I was cheerfully colouring in a picture, when someone remarked, ‘Oh, she’s left-handed.’ In general, my...