Edition 11

neurosexism and politics as Simon Baron-Cohen reviews Cordelia Fine’s new book; why aren’t we saving the planet; and sensory marketing

Jon Sutton interviews Cordelia Fine about neurosexism and more.

For anyone who thought that the battle of the sexes was over, that any gender inequalities remaining are innate and pretty inevitable, your new book Delusions of Gender is pretty uncomfortable...

Top occupational psychologists discuss the state of the discipline

Daniel Wright on how fiction can aid our understanding of delusional misidentifications

Frank Belschak and Deanne Den Hartog unravel positive and negative aspects of proactive behaviour at work

In most modern workplaces it is not enough for employees to react and adapt to changes in their environment; rather, they need to plan ahead and prepare for potential threats and dangers in the...

David Uzzell delivered the joint British Academy/British Psychological Society Annual Lecture, on psychology and climate change

The public are concerned about climate change. Typically, surveys from governments, pollsters and universities show that around 80 per cent of adults are very or fairly concerned about climate...

Kisane Prutton on the media’s particular appetite for psychology

Science is Vital campaign; ‘over-identification’ of special educational needs; the ‘halfalogue’; Ig Nobel Awards; the glass cliff for female leaders; and more

‘approved clinicians’; the power of bad; BAME psychologists; and more

…with Anne Treisman (including online-only answers)