Kate Hefferon and Elena Gil-Rodriguez discuss implications of the rise in popularity of IPA for both teachers and students
Kim Drake suggests a fruitful avenue of investigation into vulnerability
Since the overturning of the Guildford Four and Birmingham Six convictions, in 1989 and 1991 respectively, much research has been conducted into interview techniques and the causes of false...
Jon Sutton interviews Howard Friedman (HF) and Leslie Martin (LM), authors of The Longevity Project, about lessons in living a long life
Mark Griffiths examines workaholism and what it has in common with other behavioural addictions
The terms ‘workaholic’ and ‘workaholism’ are commonly used in everyday language, yet there is relatively little empirical research on the topic. In this article, the concept of excessive work as a...
Dan Jones investigates whether ‘habits of mind’ can boost the well-being and resilience of the nation’s children.
Fiona Jones on media and Society responses to the riots
Nuggets from the Occupational and Research Digests
brain imaging; the ‘difference in differences’ error; dance company ‘scientist in residence’; ‘Any Qualified Provider’; and more (see PDF for full version)
What was behind England’s riots, and how can psychology contribute going forward? Download PDF for full version.
personality disorder; Milgram; NHS reform; benchmarking; and more