Marie Jahoda – the ultimate example

Michael Billig turns to historical studies of writing psychology to argue for ‘more examples, less theory’ in this extended and adapted extract from his new book.

‘I didn’t see criminals, I saw potential’

Ruth Corkett on working in a young offenders institute.

Understanding self-harm

Ella Rhodes hears from researchers in the field.

Crossing borders

Ian Florance meets Christian van Nieuwerburgh, who is, amongst other roles, Professor of Coaching and Positive Psychology at the University of East London.

You are more than your productivity

Dr Maria Kordowicz on creating meaning post-Covid-19.

No passive tellers of their past

Jennifer O’Mahoney on narrative psychology and historical institutional abuse.

'Our diversity is our strength’

We meet Dr Shelley McKeown Jones, Associate Professor in Social Psychology at the University of Bristol and the current Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Social Psychology Section.

Do you know yourself?

Emma Young digests the research on self-knowledge.

#bropenscience is broken science

Kirstie Whitaker and Olivia Guest ask how open ‘open science’ really is.

#ALittleBitOfGood in the world

From the President, November 2020

One on one... Dr Richard Skelton

Interesting ethical conversations

Editorial, November 2020

Plomin and Freeman honoured

In the zone

Professor Margot Ruth Prior 1937-2020

From the Chief Executive, November 2020

Featured job: Clinical or Counselling Psychologists, Chelsea Psychology Clinic

‘Systemic racism permeates all levels of our society’

‘Knowing when to ask for help and doing so is a sign of professional competence’

Who looks and sounds like a psychologist

William Inman Prize

Déjà vu in diversity discussions?

Social psychology in changing times

What does evidence look like?

The Social Diatribe

‘Anxiety frequently howls at shadows where there are no true threats’

Grandparents at home

'Recovery is possible'

Not in with the in-crowd

Criticising Tajfel

We are built to groove

Accessing events

Working together

Our collection of articles on collaboration.

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Standing against racism

We collate letters in response to the killing of George Floyd. From the British Psychological Society's Division of Counselling Psychology Black and Asian Counselling Psychologists' Group; Anonymous; Halina Bryan; Khadj Rouf; Vaughan Bell; Rosabel Ng; and Shameema Yousuf.

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Towards a 'new normal' and beyond

Collecting together our special summer print edition, with a few extras.

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Psychology has a sexual harassment problem…

… and tackling it requires reckoning with the past that brought us here, argue Jacy L.Young and Peter Hegarty.

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‘Babies really enjoy being babies’

Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Caspar Addyman about his new book, The laughing baby: The extraordinary science behind what makes babies happy.

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‘Your brain is revealing the building blocks of everyday experience'

Ella Rhodes collates a series of contributions from those researching vision and perception.

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‘I understood when I listened to people’s stories’

Deanne Bell is Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University. Deanne spoke to Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne about her desire to understand and repair the world.

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‘There is a spectrum of responses to killing far-off enemies’

Professor Peter Lee talks to Annie Brookman-Byrne about the experiences of armed drone pilots.

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What makes a psychologist?

We present the five winning entries from our 2019 ‘Voices In Psychology’ programme, along with extracts from some of the other submissions and a commentary from British Psychological Society President David Murphy.

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