Ian Florance talks to Richard Bentall about how he proved his careers master very wrong indeed
President’s column; lifetime achievement award; and more
doctoring the mind; human potential; applied sport psychology; research methods in applied settings; memory rehabilitation
Thom Baguley cautions against the careless and routine application of standardisation in psychology
The noted statistician C.P. Winsor once established a Society for the Suppression of the Correlation Coefficient. According to John Tukey it had as its ‘guiding principle…that most correlation...
Stephen Lea talks to Lance Workman about his work with humans and other animals
Matthew Y.W. Kwan and Guy Faulkner on the decline in physical activity during the transition to young adulthood, and the methodological challenges
Physical activity peaks during childhood and adolescence, but drastic declines have taken place by early adulthood. This lapse into physical inactivity has become a critical public health issue. A...
Marco Bertamini has some surprising reflections
Mirrors are familiar objects, but even simple questions about what they make visible to an observer are unexpectedly hard to answer correctly. Even harder is to think or judge what is happening on...
Hyunjin Song and Norbert Schwarz describe some fascinating findings on how fluency affects judgement, choice and processing style
Thinking can feel easy or difficult. But what effect does the ease or difficulty of reading a text have on information processing? Can something as seemingly irrelevant as the print font in which...
crowd psychology; mental health policy; ‘Rain Man’; water use event report; Royal Society at 350; reports from the Society's Research Digest; and more