… and tackling it requires reckoning with the past that brought us here, argue Jacy L.Young and Peter Hegarty.
Joanna Griffin on emotional wellbeing in parents of disabled children.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Professor Stephany Biello (University of Glasgow) at the annual meeting of the Psychobiology Section.
An appreciation from Dorothy Bishop.
Richard Wiseman on a new tool for teaching and outreach.
Matthew Adams revisits Pavlov’s labs from a dog’s perspective.
Dean Fathers didn’t train in psychology, but during his discussion with Ian Florance it became clear that he has a clear vision of the role of psychologists and, more widely, of health provision within society.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Debra Malpass, Director of Knowledge and Insight at the British Psychological Society.
How learning happens: Seminal works in educational psychology and what they mean in practice by Professor Paul A. Kirschner and Dr Carl Hendrick, published by Routledge, is out now. Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Paul about the book.
Emma Young digests the research.
Liam Cross gets in sync in search of solutions to intergroup conflict.
Joel Vos, Digby Tantam and Emmy van Deurzen on how Brexit has emotionally impacted Europeans in the UK, and how psychologists are helping.
Rupert Brown considers the life and legacy of Henri Tajfel (1919-1982).
We meet Dr Hazel McLaughlin, who takes over as British Psychological Society President at the end of June.
Anne Templeton has suggestions to build inclusive supervision environments.
Ella Rhodes speaks to some of the British Psychological Society members working on its response to coronavirus.
Ella Rhodes collates a series of contributions from those researching vision and perception.
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.
Professor Peter Lee talks to Annie Brookman-Byrne about the experiences of armed drone pilots.