Edition 3

Geoffrey D. Munro examines when people believe psychology is not science

Psychological research can yield truths, but sometimes those truths are hard for people to swallow. When scientific evidence challenges an important belief, people often defend the belief by...

Deborah Wells has a menagerie of surprising and controversial research on animal antics

A wide range of potions, pills and other therapies are prescribed every day in a bid to remedy the vast array of physical and mental disorders afflicting the British public. Many of these...

Kirsten V. Smith on The Brain: A Secret History

nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest

cuts begin to bite; Sure Start; ECT; reports from the Division of Occupational Psychology conference;

national well-being; psychology myths; gender; your deadly sins; and more

Paranormality, with Richard Wiseman. Photo by Magrath/Folsom/Science Photo Library. (download PDF to see picture)

Rehabilitation Services Group, National Offender Management Service. Includes web-only answers.

Anna Greenwood on a relatively short-lived colonial affliction

how psychology sang to Jake Farr; the things Jillian Sullivan wished she had known at the beginning of her PhD