James Anderson got a shock when he went to work on an acute medical ward, and here he argues that the profession needs to examine its view of the self
Is ‘brain training’ a sales con or evidence-based exercise? Dan Hackley investigates
Recent years have seen a surge in the popularity of ‘brain training’ software; games and applications that purport to stimulate the brain and improve cognitive performance. Sales are nourished by...
Allan J. Kimmel offers recommendations in a controversial area.
Fifty years old, Stanley Milgram’s obedience studies continue to arouse emotions and interest. In part this is due to their use of deception, and the studies perhaps sparked not only an explosion...
Christian Jarrett examines the psychology of holidays
Kairen Cullen on a silver lining from the cloud of Boys and Girls Alone
Nuggets from the Research Digest
The Society’s response to DSM-5; working memory ‘side-effects’; challenging public scepticism of science; and more
the media; counselling psychology; benevolent sexism; Little Albert; 'Beyond boundaries' columns (and more in PDF version)