Tadhg MacIntyre, Aidan Moran and Mark Campbell shed light on the origins of psychology in Ireland
plus the usual mix of books and other media reviews, including National Geographic, Inside the Animal Mind; the untold story of Milgram’s shock experiments; and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Ian Florance talks to Claire Halsey, Chartered Psychologist, author and broadcaster, about camels, writing and more; Mike Bender tells us about 'self-publishing without illusions'; and Edward Howard describes his journey to becoming an assistant psychologist
President’s column; Lifetime Achievement;
coaching psychology; specialist registers; and more
Anna Abramowski with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information
Our editor Jon Sutton spoke to cognitive neuroscientist and ‘master of illusion’ Henrik Ehrsson at last year’s European Congress of Psychology in Stockholm
Broadcaster, journalist and psychology student Sian Williams reports from the frontline on the responsibilities of broadcasters towards those they interview
Ray McBride investigates the phenomenon and what it could mean for mainstream psychology
Ecstasy is not divine, but nor is it grotesque. It is a human experience. A moment in which consensual reality is overwhelmed by an unusual but rewarding sense of connection – between you and the...
Angelica Ronald, winner of the Spearman Medal 2012, looks at autism spectrum disorder and ADHD in the light of revisions to diagnostic procedures
Most of the time we think about clinical conditions, such as autism or ADHD or schizophrenia or depression, individually. Yet in reality it is extremely common for people to show more than one...
Stuart C. Carr and Malcolm MacLachlan present a manifesto for tackling global inequalities at work
The global community, led by the United Nations, has helpfully focused aid effort on various key issues, such as halving extreme poverty by 2015, achieving universal primary education, reducing...