Tony Manstead and Margie Wetherell introduce a special issue on the state of UK social psychology, with lessons for all. With articles by Russell Spears, Wendy Hollway and Derek Edwards ('Three views on hate'), Stephen Reicher and Stephanie Taylor ('Similarities and differences between traditions'), S. Alexander Haslam and Brian Parkinson ('Pulling together or pulling apart? Towards organic pluralism in social psychology'), and Stephen Reicher again ('Where next?').
Sarah Supple takes a look at the portrayal of disability in the psychological literature. Lisa Woolfson discusses the challenges facing the parents of disabled children. Rebecca Lawthom and Dan Goodley urge psychologists to enable rather than disable. Laura Gorfin and Alex McGlaughlin write on the importance of the service-user voice. Rudi Coetzer describes working for a brain injury service in North Wales.
Victoria Clarke, Carole Burgoyne and Maree Burns with a contribution to the Society’s ‘Year of Relationships’ in 2005.
Guest Editors Manfusa Shams and Paul Jackson introduce the special issue.