Keith Oatley describes how even in an age of genomics, neuroimaging and Prozac, our understanding of emotional disorders continues to involve the ups and downs of everyday experience
Slings and arrows
Depression and life events
Keith Oatley describes how even in an age of genomics, neuroimaging and Prozac, our understanding of emotional disorders continues to...
Carolyn Kagan on community practice
Working at the ‘edge’
Making use of psychological resources through collaboration
Carolyn Kagan, winner of the Society’s Award for Promoting Equality of Opportunity, on community...
Dinka Corkalo Biruski, Ivan Jerkovic, Marija Zotovic and Igor Krnectic with the lastest in our international series.
Psychology in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia
Dinka Corkalo Biruski, Ivan Jerkovic, Marija Zotovic and Igor Krnetic with the latest in our international series.
Liz Pellicano with an important perspective on a devastating condition.
Valerie Yule argues for drastic action in the fight against reading problems
Valerie Yule argues for drastic action in the fight against reading problems.
As psychologists, we research the nature of literacy and literacy skills. We assess and address defects in...
Susan Hansen presents a counterpoint argument to Tom Stafford's February article
Going the proverbial extra mile
In the February issue Tom Stafford examined an accusation often levelled at psychology. Susan Hansen thinks we need to take another look at what ‘common sense...
Web resources; boredom and mindfulness; after trauma; clinical psychologists under threat; and more
Please feed the spiders
Do you provide your students with links to online resources? Are your materials in a secure system such as blackboard? If so, did you realise you are helping to kill...
Government still favours regulation by HPC; new Society journal and public engagement project; statistical reporting; and more
Government still favours regulation by HPC
The government continues to seek the regulation of applied psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors through the Health Professions Council (...
New president Pam Maras offers up her first column
This is my first column, and I have tried to heed the Editor’s advice to avoid being too ‘presidential’, and to include non-Society business. I’m afraid I probably haven’t succeeded in the latter...
At the Society's Annual Conference in York, outgoing President Ray Miller delivered his address: 'Fit for the future?'