Lyn Ellett and Tim Wildschut consider evidence of paranoia in non-clinical populations
In 2013 the surveillance scandals in both the US and the UK made headline news. The notion of surveillance is consistent with a key theme in paranoia – believing that other people are spying on us...
What a ridiculous question, says Christopher J. Ferguson. Surely there is a way out of this endless cycle of research and moralising?
Though the introduction of video games has co-occurred with substantial reductions in societal violence, not increases, politicians and some scholars often appear to react to tragic news events,...
…we salute you. With a little help from his friends, Editor Jon Sutton looks for shortcuts to musical expertise.
new MindEd site launched; Wellcome prizes; Who’s driving brain research?; new academicians; funding news; toying with psychology; and more
the dyslexia debate; the fall and rise of the NHS; alternatives to psychology; active procrastination; self-publishing; journalism and trauma; and more
Director, East Side Institute for Group & Short Term Psychotherapy, New York
Peter Lamont on what witches and dead people can tell us about extraordinary beliefs
… and many more reviews, including the Beyond Seizures exhibition, burnout in sport, What the Thunder Said, and the Noba Project