Edition 9

Brian Rock and Peter Fonagy introduce this special issue, marking the 150th anniversary of Freud’s birth.

Laura Golding and Ian Gray look at the what, why and how.

From October, chartered members of the British Psychological Society face the possibility of having their practising certificates withheld if they do not produce the appropriate evidence of...

Including smoking bans, scientist practitioners in the NHS and more.

Including statutory regulation, autism, bipolar guidelines, the worst idea on the mind, positive psychology conference, in brief from the Society journals, research funding news and more.

Ray Miller writes.

There’s good news and bad news…

The good news is that we now know the content of the government’s review of non-medical regulation (Foster Review, see News, p.516). Six months later than...

Harriet Gross on wild children, websites and work.

THROUGHOUT a sweltering holiday season, psychology has continued to be visible in various guises. Summer meant the World Cup, and psychologists were called upon to discuss England’s performance...

Including the Book Award, fellowship citation, informed consent and more.

Including the pictorial world of the child, CBT for dummies and more.

Charlotte Malcolm on student-led study groups, and Sharron Hinchcliff on the importance of consulting original sources.

Freud understood that remembering is motivated by goals and nonconscious processes. Martin A. Conway reflects on his ideas.

Memories are curious things. Sometimes they masquerade as thoughts, feelings, or images, without revealing themselves as memories. Sometimes they come to mind and seem relatively meaningless,...