Allergy – a special feature

Editor Jon Sutton introduces a collection on living with allergy and anaphylaxis.

‘We must turn the tide of Brexit psychodrama’

Michael Smith meets Brian Hughes to hear about his new book on The Psychology of Brexit.

Telling people together

Nadine Lavan, winner of the British Psychological Society’s Award for Outstanding Contributions through Doctoral Research, on voice perception.

Shining a light on ‘what asylums were’

Jonathon Rutherford on the atrocity of mental health care in the early 19th century.

‘We need to support our diverse population’

Susan Cousins works in equality, diversity and inclusion at Cardiff University, and is the author of Overcoming Everyday Racism: Building Resilience and Wellbeing in the Face of Discrimination and Microaggressions (Jessica Kingsley Publishers). Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Susan about her book.

Allergy – Insider perspectives

Khadj Rouf and Kathryn Evans reflect on the challenges of parenting children with severe allergies.

Growing up with allergy

Audrey DunnGalvin considers the impact of severe food allergy on the quality of life and development of children and adolescents.

‘I strongly believe in broadening one’s therapeutic toolkit’

Ian Florance interviews Paul Grantham, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Founder/ Director of SDS Seminars.

Can interventions make a difference?

Rebecca Knibb considers efforts to reduce the psychological impact of food allergy.

Building resilience

Emma Young digests the research to suggest five ways to raise the resilient child, then we bring you our top content from the archive on resilience.

‘I haven’t said goodbye to my kids’

Béré Mahoney, Eleanor Bradley, Elaine Walklet and Steve O’Hickey on the hidden psychological challenges of living with anaphylaxis in adulthood.

From poverty to flourishing

Ella Rhodes reports on the British Psychological Society’s priority for 2020, voted for at the Senate.

‘What really matters’

Ernesto Spinelli, a winner of the Society’s Award for Distinguished Contribution to Practice, on what it’s like to be an existential therapist.

Based on a hundred true stories

Why so serious?

Schooling with compassion

With support, there is life after addiction

Peter Banister 1947-2019

A gentle upwards spiral

Featured job: Psychologists with Serco

Schools – setting a bad example?

One on one... with Asweeni Jansdin Raj

Gaps in provision

Taking ownership

A tricky balance

Birth pain and trauma

‘Why we butt heads with our parents…’

Developing a transition strategy

Exposing the facts of patriarchy

Minding language

From the Chief Executive, December 2019

More training needed on mental capacity

How would you feel if you couldn’t play?

Launch of online communities

Top award for Happé

The Psychologist Guide to… Retirement

Our journalist Ella Rhodes talks to psychologists to get some evidence-based tips.

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Our editor Jon Sutton introduces a special collection.

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Schooling the good citizen

Our editor Jon Sutton introduces a special collection on psychological attempts to shift attitudes and behaviour amongst the next generation.

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‘It doesn’t have to be this way’

Michael West, Professor of Organisational Psychology (Lancaster University Management School) and Visiting Fellow with the King’s Fund, spoke with Ella Rhodes to outline three major projects he is involved with for one of the largest employers in the world – the NHS.

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‘Everyone has something to add to this conversation'

Within this special collection, a range of articles explore different elements of alcohol use.

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Big data in the big city

Catherine Lido on using novel technology to explore inclusion in Learning Cities.

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How do we ‘other’?

Peter Hegarty on asymmetries of reasoning for lay and professional psychologists alike.

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Experiencing the impossible

Gustav Kuhn considers the science of magic, and what it reveals about the human mind.

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Why do we need psychology? And what does psychology need?

The winning entries in our first 'Voices In Psychology' programme.

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The new hidden persuaders?

Ella Rhodes considers whether shadowy influencers are really pulling our strings.

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More than a gut feeling

John F. Cryan addressed the annual conference of the British Psychological Society’s Psychobiology Section.

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