‘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.

‘Critical force for collective action’

In a feature from our Research Digest blog, Emma Young considers activism.

'We need a transformation in how we regard difference, diversity and inclusivity in psychology’

Ian Florance meets Zenobia Nadirshaw.

A beginning, and change, if you dare to look…

For our latest annual poetry competition, we received dozens of entries…

Victimised all over again

Following a personal encounter with the criminal justice system, forensic psychologist Dr Hannah Jones voices her concerns over the potentially retraumatising processes victims must go through.

‘Even after the worst possible days, what’s sustaining is the connections’

Yvonne Shell is a Forensic and Clinical Psychologist who works as Director of Criminal Justice for the charity Together, and as a Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow at the University of Portsmouth. She spoke to Ella Rhodes.

Rebuilding lives in the Recovery College

Eloise Stark on a promising addition to the mental health landscape.

‘It’s an exciting time to be researching and writing about drugs’

Dr Suzi Gage is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Liverpool. Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Suzi about her new book Say why to drugs: Everything you need to know about the drugs we take and why we get high (Hodder & Stoughton; £16.99).

‘If they succeed, I succeed; if they fail, I fail’

Dr Anna Naumenko, Chartered Psychologist and Psychometrician, on working with start-ups.

Child interpreters: Source of pride or cultural burden?

Sarah Crafter and Humera Iqbal on the positives and negatives of child language brokering in the everyday lives of immigrant families.

Moving outside the clinic

A history of labels

'Be curious, be brave'

One on One... with James Lewis

Christine Sprigg 1968-2019

It's time for me to step out…

‘We may be reaching a tipping point’

We all 'come from away'

Working with parliamentarians

Their song could be our song

Amy Orben honoured

Identity and the ever-changing everyday

A mixed bag of diverse views on psychologists prescribing

Beyond inequality

Children's take on cupid and psyche

E-cigarettes: A mixed blessing?

Editor's column, February 2020

Going in the right direction?

From poverty to flourishing – February round-up

Featured Job: Child and Adult Psychologists

From the Chief Executive, February 2020

Psychologists as managers

Making data open

Finding patterns

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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