Archive

Special issue: Are you behind the times?

Articles by Pasco Fearon (resampling), David Clark-Carter (effect size), Jeremy Miles and Mark Shevlin (structural equation modelling), Andy Field (meta analysis), and Daniel Wright and Sian Williams (reporting results).

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Slippery politicians?

Peter Bull on the strategic use of evasive talk in the corridors of power.

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Special feature: Can psychology revolutionise Higher Education?

Articles by Howard Gardner (Higher Education in the era of globalisation), Barry Jones (Alcohol consumption on the campus), Hazel Willis, Margaret Stroebe and Miles Hewstone (Homesick blues), and Rowan Bayne (Love, money and studying: You and your personality type at university).

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The absent mind - Attention and error

Ian H. Robertson gave the Myers Lecture at the 2003 Annual Conference – Now pay attention.

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Is music important?

Adrian C. North and David J. Hargreaves on two common misconceptions.

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Intergroup contact - Panacea for prejudice?

Miles Hewstone, winner of the 2001 Presidents’ Award, on a key social psychological strategy for reducing intergroup conflict.

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The tides of March

Associate Editors for Conference reports Kate Cavanagh and Paul Redford introduce our coverage of the 2003 Annual Conference.

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A shocking treatment?

Lucy Johnstone takes a look at a controversial therapy, still being used in the UK.

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State of the art - Synaesthesia

What’s it like to smell pain and taste words? Jamie Ward on the unusual world of the synaesthete.

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Positive psychology - Special issue

Guest editors P. Alex Linley, Stephen Joseph and Ilona Boniwell welcome you to the special issue on positive psychology.

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The trouble with boys

Stephen Frosh, Ann Phoenix and Rob Pattman find that the image of the angrily grunting and inarticulate teenager does not stand up to scrutiny.

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The Food Dudes to the rescue!

Katy Tapper, Pauline J. Horne and C. Fergus Lowe describe an innovative scheme to get children to eat their fruit and veg.

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