Edition 1

Ian Florance talks to Ceri Bowen, an International Fellow at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, Putney
David Moore with some advice on postgraduate life

Andrew Manley and Jason Codner outline postgraduate training issues you should consider when choosing between applied practice and academia

Including President's column, Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Practice, and competencies in psychology

Including neuroplasticity, forensic psychology, cognition and sex differences, and more

…That’s according to Steven Pinker. Lance Workman interviews Daniel Kahneman, Nobel laureate and co-creator of behavioural economics

Stuart Biddle thinks so, but Terry Dovey disagrees

Nick Neave and Daryl B. O’Connor describe their research into the complex effects of this hormone

The steroid hormone testosterone has long been associated with various male-typical behaviours. This review first highlights key issues in behavioural endocrinology, and then provides a brief...

Toni Brennan on the socio-psychological functions of a quintessentially social activity

Gossip ­– only ‘others’ do it, right? This article attempts to shed light on this ubiquitous and often frowned upon human activity. In recent times, social psychology and allied disciplines have...

David L. Vogel and Nathaniel G. Wade explain that it’s not just about what others think

The fear of being stigmatised by others often leads people to avoid professional help. This stigma can also be internalised, further reducing the likelihood of seeking help. Understanding these...