Edition 6

Jennifer Brown

‘Your report made a difference’ said the barrister, telling me that a woman officer had accepted an out-of-court settlement after a 15-year legal battle to acknowledge her harassment within the...

Victoria Clarke, Carole Burgoyne and Maree Burns with a contribution to the Society’s ‘Year of Relationships’ in 2005.

Tomás Chamorro-Premuzic and Adrian Furnham look to understand, assess and predict individual differences in achievement.

Most applied psychologists – clinical, educational, organisational – feel the need to use cognitive ability tests for specific diagnostic purposes or educational and personnel selection. However...

Reports from the first 'Quinquennial' conference, held in Manchester. Including the triarchic theory of successful intelligence, bipolar disorder, social cognition, age of acquisition effect, M.B. Shapiro Award Lecture, and more

Well over a thousand delegates gathered at the University of Manchester campus for this year’s Annual Conference. The three days were packed with every conceivable aspect of psychology over 30...

Including good practice in NHS research, effects of drug abuse on families, brain scanning, student cheating, post-traumatic stress in children, abusive dating relationships, job references, and...

Writing this, I am looking out over the sparkling bay at Portrush, County Antrim, at the Annual Conference of the Northern Ireland Branch. It has been a good conference – committed people,...

Report from the BPS Student Members Group conference in Manchester