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Carly Amber talks to Jonathan Mason, clinical psychologist with the Queensland Government, Australia

Ron Roberts examines mind and behaviour in the Antarctic

Psychological research in Antarctica addresses a number of key issues that are important to understanding how people (as individuals and groups) function in isolated and extreme environments: the...

feeling the future or ‘pathological science’; measuring well-being; awards and event reports; and the smell of anxiety

more nuggets from the Digest; Media: health in the forces, and parliamentary communication, with Mark Sergeant

The material in this section is taken from the Society’s Research Digest blog at www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog, and is written by its editor Dr...

Measuring well-being; sexuality; military families; tuition fees; and more

The greatest show on earth Allahabad, Northern India, January. Photo by Steve Reicher: download PDF for the first of our pull-out posters. Does your work lend itself to a striking image? Get in touch with the editor on [email protected]

Professor of Psychology at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. Includes online-only answers.

James T. Lamiell on a century-old text containing a ‘cornucopia of ideas that remain in the forefront of developmental psychology’

Matthew Coxon with the third in our series for budding writers

John Leach works as a psychologist but came to professional practice late in life and his very specialist interests have led to a move to Norway