Martin Roiser examines different ways of estimating public opinion and asks how views change after group discussions.
Early one October morning at the time of the war in Afghanistan, I was listening to the radio. The newscaster wondered why opinion polls revealed a public in favour of British intervention in...
The Psychologist’s editor, Jon Sutton, presents the results of a Society investigation.
PSYCHOLOGY – telling you things you already know in words you don’t understand. Over the years I’ve heard that a lot; from friends and family, journalists, even from other psychologists. Wouldn’t...
Rodger Ll. Wood discusses how head injury can affect personal relationships.
Do you know what it feels like for me to wake up every morning, look at the man in bed next to me, and wish it was the man I married, not the monster I live with now?
Alex Hossack and Gemma Wall ask whether we’re still ignoring vital allies in our practice.
AS psychologists, many of us go through years of training and supervision in order to help others through their problems. But if you were an alcoholic, or suffering with depression, wouldn’t you...
Including President's column, news, and reports from the Division of Occupational Psychology conference and an event from Goldsmiths College on phantom limb phenomena.
Stephanie Morgan on careers events.