Sarah Dale gives a personal view on overthrowing a collective impostor syndrome
President’s column; Research Digest award; the work of the Society’s Policy Support Unit; new CRB check benefit for members; and more
street prostitution; active listening; autism; history of neuroscience; self-awareness; and quantitative psychological research
Christopher Peterson and Nansook Park on the lasting impact of minimally sufficient research
A special issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science, published by the American Psychological Society, invited opinions from a variety of psychologists, including us (Diener, 2009). Our advice...
Jo Silvester talks to Jon Sutton on the eve of the General Election
Ray Crozier on an elusive phenomenon with implications for our understanding of emotion, expression and social anxiety
What causes us to blush? What functions, if any, does reddening of the face serve? This article reviews some recent attempts to address these questions. One strand of research aims to elucidate...
Richard J. McNally has some timely advice for those revising the diagnostic manuals
Traumatology is a vibrant field, yet the diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) remains controversial 30 years after its ratification in the third edition of the Diagnostic and...
Christian Jarrett examines the psychology of the impostor phenomenon
fingerprints; Royal Society funding report; Milgram replication; politics and progress; behavioural economics; nuggets from the Research Digest; and Cary Cooper on his recent involvement in a media storm