What impact does diet have on behaviour and intelligence?
David Benton separates fact from myth
Large numbers of children receive food supplements with the implication that this will speed their long-term intellectual development, give them a short-term academic boost or cure aggressive or...
Jim White on a radical approach to mental health, which looks beyond individual therapy to offer something more creative and relevant
One of the more disappointing aspects of the government’s current Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) drive (apart from the way psychologists have been relegated to the sidelines)...
As this year could be considered the ‘centenary of insomnia’, Jim Horne looks at how understanding of the psychological aspects was slow to develop.
Distinguished Professor at the University of California, Irvine
Julie Bostock looks at the impact of a new initiative
Paul Wilson and Colin Cooper investigate methods used to extract the number of factors in a factor analysis
Factor analysis is the most widely used (and abused) family of data- structuring techniques to be found in psychological research. One of the most important considerations when performing factor...