Archive

Are two heads better than one?

...Or do too many cooks spoil the broth? Rebecca Thompson investigates collaborative memory.

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Doing our bit to ease the pain

Sheila Payne and Rebecca Haines describe the potential contribution of psychology to palliative care.

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State of the art: Attachment theory

Howard Steele discusses whether attachment theory has kept pace with the changing family.

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Talking about communication

The Psychologist interviewed Pam Maras, Chair (formerly Director) of the Publications and Communications Board.

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Why we do -And why we don't!

Deirdre Scully and Ruth Lowry on ‘participation motivation’ in sport and exercise.

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A spirited identity

Jim McCourt interviews Adrian Coyle.

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Values - Truth and meaning

Gregory R. Maio gave his Spearman Medal Lecture at the Annual Conference in Blackpool. What happens when what you think you hold dear is questioned?

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Silencing dissent in academia: the commercialisation of science

David Miller and Greg Philo's 'Personal space'

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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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How rational are we?

David Hardman and Clare Harries ask whether we need lessons in decision making.

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Action plan - The economy

Stephen Lea, Carole Burgoyne, Paul Webley and Brian Young offer practical recommendations for change on economic policy.

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