Edition 2

Barry R. Komisaruk, Carlos Beyer and Beverly Whipple view the subject of orgasms as an experience that is an integration of body, nervous system and the mind.

Why should recent findings about orgasm be of interest to psychologists? If psychologists are interested in the bases of pleasure and pain – in altered states of consciousness, in psychological...

Including stat reg consultations, event reports, Kasser and media news

February will bring the Society’s two formal responses to the two public consultations from the Health Professions Council (HPC) – one on standards of proficiency, and the other on threshold entry...

…with Steven Pinker Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, USA.

Julie Perks with some insights from the history of a different ‘Psychologist’ magazine. Has popular psychology changed?

Letter, responses and obituries

Alexander S. Haslam and Steve Reicher’s excellent article (‘Questioning the banality of evil’, January) reminded me of why I came into psychology in the first place. It is both highly scholarly...

Including featured jobs and career opportunities

Professor Stephen Palmer and Dr Alison Whybrow introduce a growing area of psychological practice and theory and Coaching psychologists apply psychologically grounded techniques to business and...

Including the BPS President's column and events diary.

By the time you read this column considerable work will have been done preparing the Society’s response to the government consultation on the legislation for the statutory regulation of psychology...

D. Alan Bensley with a guide to critical thinking

This months' reviews and books available for review

Neuropsychologist Andy Young and psychiatrist Karel de Pauw take Lance Workman through a disturbing condition – Capgras delusion. Plus listen to a separate interview with Andy Young, from 2013.