Edition 1

Judy Dunn kicks off the Society’s ‘Year of Relationships’ with a look at children’s relationships with their non-resident fathers.

WHEN parents separate, most children end up living with their mothers. With the rapid rise in parental separation and divorce over the last two decades, this means that increasing numbers of...

Keith Nichols believes that years of research have failed to improve the psychological care of ill and injured people.

Visit your local hospital, pick a ward at random, go with the clinical nurse manager to the third bed on the right and ask, ‘Who is handling this patient’s psychological care and how is it going...

Katie Reid, Paul Flowers and Michael Larkin give an introduction to interpretative phenomenological analysis.

UNDERSTANDING experience is the very bread and butter of psychology, and interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA: Smith, 1996) offers psychologists the opportunity to learn from the insights...

Rowan Bayne (University of East London) hears of an extraordinary life in psychology.

Professor Grygier’s life has been an amazing journey – a journey that has taken him through Poland, Russia, Iran, England, France, Germany, USA and China, and finally to Canada, where, at the age...

George Shouksmith with the latest in our international series.

Back in the 1960s a radio interviewer asked Spike Milligan what he thought of New Zealand. ‘I visited there,’ Spike replied, ‘but I found it was closed!’ Yet at around the same period Austin...

Who is the future of the discipline? The Psychologist investigated.

Back in May we contacted all heads of psychology departments and the Professional Practice Board for their help with what we hope will become an annual feature. We were looking for people either...