Edition 5

With the general election looming on 5 May, Peter Bull looks at what might be going through our minds.

VOTING has been described as the ‘last religious act in a secular age’ (Moscovici cited in Himmelweit et al., 1985). Despite falling turnouts, the majority of the UK electorate still cast their...

Including sperm and egg donation, student writing skills, PTSD, dyslexia, collaborative care, synaesthesia, children's discovery of mind and more.

Some good news following on from last month’s column. I described how the Society was making the case that psychologists should be one of the professional groups able to fulfill the role of...

By Tim Moss.

WHEN I first decided to reply to the e-mail entitled ‘Autism Tutor Required’, I could not have guessed it was going to result in my travelling all the way round the world to raise money for...

Sue Wilkinson (right) and Celia Kitzinger (left) with the latest in our series of contributions to the Society’s ‘Year of Relationships’.

WHAT do you do when your four-year-old daughter tells you ‘If you loved each other, you’d be married’ – but when, as a lesbian couple, you cannot legally marry? What Julie and Hillary Goodridge...

Peter Forster introduces the latest in our international series – but with a difference.

WheN The Psychologist began its series of international articles, I was working in Vanuatu, a Y-shaped chain of 80 inhabited islands between Fiji to the east and Queensland, Australia, to the west...

As pressure grows on food advertisers, Jason C.G. Halford looks at the evidence.

Recent years have seen an explosion of debate on the role that television adverts play in causing obesity. The advertisers and the food companies themselves, celebrities who promote various...