Thomas L. Webb and Ellen Poliakoff argue that it’s time to take a psychological approach to understanding and promoting participation in public engagement activities
Mark Turner on some intriguing developments that could be used to help children with autism to understand and interact with other
To address a growing public awareness and apparent increase in prevalence of autism (Prior, 2003), psychologists need to devise improved treatment options based on the latest scientific...
Charlie Frowd, Vicki Bruce and Peter J.B. Hancock describe the latest techniques to construct the face of a criminal
Imagine you are a witness to a crime: you saw a young man running from a bank; it all happened very quickly, but you were able to have a good look at his face as he removed his balaclava. Would...
First Chair of the Society’s Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology, and Postgraduate Psychology Programme Director at Northumbria University
As the latest Olympics gets under way, John Kremer and Aidan Moran explore how the subdiscipline – after a few false starts – has grown ever fitter
David Clark and Graham Turpin describe the new IAPT initiativ
John P.A. Ioannidis on why we should be cautious, and how a Bayesian perspective and examination of all the evidence may help us approach the truth