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Changing research horizons

At the Annual Conference in Blackpool Vicki Bruce gave her Presidential Address on getting psychological research to the people who use it.

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Personal space: The evil that men, women and children do

Meg Barker considers news depictions of children as victims and perpetrators of ‘evil’ acts.

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Why I study...adolescence

John Coleman

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Shyness

W. Ray Crozier investigates the links between shyness and behavioural inhibition.

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Becoming a sport psychologist

Ian M. Cockerill tells you how to clear the hurdles on your career path.

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A stranglehold on the development of psychology?

At his Distinguished Contributions to the Teaching of Psychology Award Lecture Tony Gale argued that the Society’s accreditation of the psychology degree has hindered the growth of the discipline.

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Sex, death and war

Associate Editors for Conference reports Kate Cavanagh and Paul Redford introduce our coverage of the 2002 Annual Conference.

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Causation and explanation

Jane Herlihy and John Gandy argue that neurological explanations do not make psychology redundant.

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Time for a change?

Trish Joscelyne argues for more clarity in the Society’s ethical codes

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Focus on femininity

Jim McCourt meets Dr Precilla Choi to explore gender and the body.

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Unreliable assessment in civil litigation

Michael J. Scott and Sundeep Sembi's Personal Space

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State of the art - Religion

Michael Argyle reviews psychological insights into religion, focusing on the Christian faith.

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