Reason and the 'yuck' factor - Both reason and emotion inform moral judgements, but which is in the driving seat? Sarah Lee, winner in the undergraduate category, investigates.
The unbearable lightness of procrastination - Cedric Ginestet with the winning entry in the postgraduate category.
Peter Hepper on the embryonic science of fetal psychology.
The history of man for the nine months preceding his birth would, probably, be far more interesting and contain events of greater moment than for all the three score and ten years that follow it...
Including stat reg, Precilla Choi, the Chelsea garden no-show, job references, psyche, sex differences in IQ and more.
Including narcissistic personality disorder, open access, maths education, media violence, youth and death, stress in golfing and more.
Thank you for your positive response to our reply to the consultation document on statutory regulation. We have now begun discussing ways ahead with the Department of Health, and any options will...
Fiona Jones and Mark McDermott on quality matters in TV websites.
Including Doctoral research award, ethics column number two and more.
Liz Moon on careers in psychology.
Constantine Sedikides delivered the Michael Argyle Lecture at this year’s Annual Conference.
Humans are social animals. We spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about people, interacting with them, influencing them and being influenced by them. We crave social contact and find our...