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A decade of ‘power posing’: Where do we stand?

Tom Loncar on credibility and challenges.

The psychological impact of a lifelong illness

Louise Foster has a conversation with her mother about Multiple Sclerosis.

Merchants of light

Richard Brown looks to lessons from the history of open science in order to move beyond ideals and technology.

‘I started living a more aware life’

An extract from The No-Nonsense Meditation Book: A Scientist’s Guide to the Power of Meditation, by Steven Laureys MD.

'Even the bleakest moments are not permanent'

Professor Rory O’Connor is Director of the Suicidal Behaviour Research lab at the University of Glasgow, and President of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (the first person from the UK in almost 50 years). Our editor Jon Sutton caught up with him.

‘The environmental crisis is also a crisis of hope’

Dr Elin Kelsey introduces some key arguments from her new book.

How can we understand the suicidal mind in the moment of crisis?

Ella Rhodes spoke to three psychologists working to understand and prevent suicide…

Unmasking Myanmar

It seemed Myanmar was inching towards a more democratic regime, but since February the military junta has cracked down again on protestors. In this article Chris Mabey seeks to understand the situation and discern some signs of hope for this war-torn land.

The other side of the story

Sophy Irwin works for NIACRO in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to reduce crime and its impact on people and communities. Here, she talks about a project called Get Real, which is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme and managed by the Special EU Programme Body. Get Real works with the six strands of hate crime that are recognised in Northern Ireland – racism, faith and religion, homophobia, transphobia, disability, and sectarianism.

'We’re moving around the garden to get different viewpoints’

Mark Fox has had a long and distinguished career as an educational psychologist. Ian Florance met him.

From the Editor, June 2021

Helen Pattison 1955-2021

Changes in the wider workforce

Psychological support for cancer

The ultimate hidden truth?

Grand unified theories of consciousness

Register for aviation psychologists

Psychologists for Environmental Action

‘Closed doors, closed files, hard, closed hearts’

‘Private money will really push the field forward’

Practice Board award winners 2020

Featured job: Registered Clinical/Forensic Psychologist

‘The human body is the intersection between personal and population change’

New groups on climate change

Reducing hate

More guidance on drugs

Racism at school and beyond

Embracing climate related emotions

Smell and memory – The Proust Phenomenon

‘Embracing the challenge of the moment’

Changing senses

Zangwill’s legacy

'If the grief becomes traumatic, it is more like a deep well'

Presidential vote

What do you find energising at work?

The vagaries of time

A binaural audio odyssey

Lacking CRED

‘The Society is at a crossroads’

A twisty dramatic story

New chair for education and training board

One on one… Dr Ameera Zumla

Coaching psychology vote

Brain Story for the next chapter

Award for interoception researcher

Stress and unexplained infertility

Living with cancer

A collection of pieces from our May issue.

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Cycles

Our journalist Ella Rhodes considers the cyclical nature of life, both the more literal and the metaphorical.

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Lost

Psychologist Hugo Spiers introduces chats with five authors of popular books on the topic of finding and losing your way…

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What are the barriers to our profession, and how can we remove them?

The winners and runners up in our latest 'Voices In Psychology' programme.

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A vegan future?

Dr Annie Brookman-Byrne introduces the January issue.

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