Anna Greenwood on a relatively short-lived colonial affliction
Ian Florance meets Jake Farr and talks music and creativity
taking a stance in the President’s column; online archive; QMIP Section awards; and more
narratives in human science; challenging religion; creativity in the classroom; and web-only reviews
Critical health psychologist Kerry Chamberlain (Massey University, New Zealand) talks to Lance Workman about the academic evolution of his career
Amanda Holt asks whether there is a role for psychology
‘Parent abuse’ – where an older child causes physical, psychological or financial damage to a parent with the intention of controlling the relationship – appears to be a hidden yet increasingly...
Stephanie J. Morgan looks at how psychology can aid our understanding of work fragmentation
An increasing number of people are being transferred to other organisations with no choice on the matter. Often, their jobs become less secure, and they may face further switches of employer....
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...