...debates

A letter from Isabel Clarke.
A response to Frederic Stansfield's recent letter.
Jasmine Kieft on becoming emotionally resilient in a time of climate crisis.
It seemed Myanmar was inching towards a more democratic regime, but since February the military junta has cracked down again on protestors. In this article Chris Mabey seeks to understand the situation and discern some signs of hope for this war-torn land.
A letter from our May issue, from John Gott.
A letter from our May issue.
Responses to our March feature.
The latest from Dr Hazel McLaughlin.
Naomi Fisher questions government proclamations in favour of a ‘traditional’ learning environment.
Simon Brampton with a response to our January issue.
Steve Flatt and Catherine Lido with a letter from our April issue.
The latest from Dr Hazel McLaughlin.
Jonathan Livingstone on a potential barrier to the profession.

Now, what I want is, Facts. Teach these boys and girls nothing but Facts. Facts alone are wanted in life. Plant nothing else, and root out everything else. You can only form the minds of...

Luna Centifanti on the valuing of academic work, and plans at the University of Liverpool.
An early career researcher shares experiences in the neoliberal Higher Education institutional setting.
Liam Myles proposes an explanation around why time is perhaps seeming to drag, yet we struggle to recall what we have done.
Naomi Fisher looks to build a narrative of resilience for our children during Covid-19.
Adrian Skinner on the Society's Memory-Based Evidence Task and Finish Group, with a response from the Chair of the Research Board.
The latest from Dr Hazel McLaughlin.
Frederic Stansfield with a response to Barbara Wilson's article.
Aicha Reid and Martin Gemmell with a letter from our March edition.
Elizabeth Finley on fostering good emotional health from infancy.
The British Psychological Society responds, November 2020.
Leigh Gibson with a response to our January collection.