...debates

Christina Richards looks behind the dichotomy and calls for change.

There is a dichotomy in mental health services: ‘them and us’, or what Pilgrim (2005, p.123) refers to as ‘two groups of humanity’. This is the process in which some clinicians, psychologists and...

ensuring course standards; dying at work; community psychology; statutory regulation; clinical training; psychology in Argentina; your boss and stress; and more

positive psychology; academia and applied; Strictly Come Dancing; pre-tertiary psychology education; scaring small children; and more

The narrowing focus of UK psychology; US healthcare reform; bias in testing; clinical terminology; proposal for a Community Psychology Section; and more

Including psychology and the media, campaigning questions, the clinical realities of IAPT, obituaries and more.

Including The appearance of terror; improving the science and practice of psychology; neuropsychologists – the European dimension; and much more.

Including speaking up for IAPT; being adult about humour; climate change – answering the sceptics; statutory regulation – where next…? and more

Including happiness, lap dancing, totalitarianism, help-seeking, binge-drinking and much more

Including reality TV; ABA; psychology and nuclear weapons; environmental concerns; guest columns and much more

Including how to 'green' our practice and research; dyslexia; integrating psychology; more on the forensic/clinical divide; and much more.

Including applied behaviour analysis; the forensic/clinical overlap; obesity; baby buggies; IAPT; philosophy; guest columns and more

Including the first 'guest columns' in the revamped 'Letters' section

Including adults with Asperger's, a call to arms, Little Albert and the Hawthorne effect.

Including CBT, health psychology correction, autism, evolution and more

Including evidence, statutory regulation and more

Including statutory regulation, ABA, health literacy and more.

Including ABA, more views on the redesign, and a debate on whether psychologists should do more to tackle the reoffending crisis.

Including whistleblowing, statutory regulation, NICE and more

Including working with adjacent fields, Rorschach, evil, and obituaries.

Letter, responses and obituries

Alexander S. Haslam and Steve Reicher’s excellent article (‘Questioning the banality of evil’, January) reminded me of why I came into psychology in the first place. It is both highly scholarly...

Including diversity, NLP and more.

Access to literature; controversial psychology; psychologists and national security; and more