...debates

Josephine Cock argues that psychologists should be more concerned about air pollution.
The Midlands Psychology Group argue for a 'new and more sober kind of psychology, equipped to stand against the illusions of neoliberalism'.
Sandie Hobley with a response to recent pieces.
Mike Innes follows up recent coverage.
Claire Forkes writes.
Madeleine Pownall and Carina Hoerst with a letter from our February issue.
Jeffrey Karp, Psy.D., argues for a transtheoretical approach to conceptualisation.
Kirsty Hayden-Watts reflects on her experiences.
Diane Montgomery writes.
Sheila Thomas writes.
Katina Offord responds to an article in our December issue.
Did you graduate with honours in psychology from the University of Glasgow in 1972? If so, read on.
Jenny Tan (pictured) with a personal perspective on young adult fiction.
More responses to Steve Taylor's article on pathocracy, plus the author's comments.
Rebecca Donaldson writes.
Hetashi Bawa and Sharon-Lin Harwood write.
Simon Gibbs comments on terminology in recent Society member communication.
Responses to Steve Taylor's cover feature from the November issue.
Dr Jessica Taylor responds to an article from our October edition.
Dr Sheila Thomas writes.
British Psychological Society President Katherine Carpenter writes alongside the two other candidates, Carl Harris and Peter Branney.
Responses to the October article from Dr Annie Hickox.
Dr Paul Morris with a response to the recent British Psychological Society report on the impact of Covid-19 on UK universities; with reply from the BPS Director of Knowledge and Insight.