Edition 5

Emily Pryce-Jenkins and Tanya Woolf look at how an intermediate psychological service can stop clients falling through the net

What happens to people with moderately severe psychological problems, too complex for primary care to help with, but not so severe that a community mental health team (CMHT) would be appropriate?...

Joanna Blake and Nicholas Maiese on the links with language and cognitive development in this 2008 article.

Today’s parents are inundated with new solutions to help young children improve their reading ability. For parents hoping to raise a literate child, the best option may be one that’s been around...

In her Presidents’ Award Lecture at the Annual Conference, Susan E. Gathercole looked at identifying and supporting children with poor working memory

Poor working memory skills are relatively commonplace in childhood, and have a substantial advance impact on children’s learning. This article describes the profile of cognitive and behavioural...

Miles Thomas with a call to professional arms on a topic that many of us find of personal interest.

What can psychology add to our understanding of wine? Universities in Bordeaux, California, the Rhine and South Australia recognise wine as a subject worthy of study, with the production process...

Including compulsory treatment, anger, happiness, co-operation, and Zimbardo in the Media page.

One on one, with Professor of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London. Includes online bonus questions!

Hugh Gault on John Thomas Perceval, a pioneer whose work for the mental health advocacy movement led to lasting improvements in mental health care.

Including ABA, more views on the redesign, and a debate on whether psychologists should do more to tackle the reoffending crisis.

Including working in Australia, and life as a clinical neuropsychologist.

Including President's column, an Honorary Fellowship for Professor David Canter, and a new equality and diversity plan.