May 2018

Matthew Swallow wants to explore 'FinDom'…
'We want to understand these barriers'…
The latest from Nicola Gale.
John Raven writes.
A Liverpool team on their 'Working Conversations' project.
Two letters from our May edition respond to the Cambridge Analytica scandal; plus online extras.
'Psychologists P12 and P1' on the John Worboys case, and communication with the public on complex issues of risk and justice.
In the third contribution to our special feature on The New Psychology of Health, Genevieve Dingle takes a social identity route in and out of substance use.

Substance-using groups and identities may not be healthy and positive forces in our life, but people value them. Mapping such networks, and ensuring they are replaced, may be the key to...

In the fourth piece in our special collection on The New Psychology of Health, Tegan Cruwys considers the evidence that identifying with others is a sustainable route to wellbeing.

Too many people know the suffering of depression firsthand. Approximately one in five experience it at some stage in their life – the figure is even higher in areas afflicted by disaster,...

In the concluding piece in our special feature on The New Psychology of Health, Catherine Haslam on moving beyond social prescribing, by applying Groups 4 Health to unlock the social cure.

In January the UK government decided to appoint the first minister for loneliness in the UK. For the party who gave us ‘there’s no such thing as society’, this represents a major, overdue...