the media; counselling psychology; benevolent sexism; Little Albert; 'Beyond boundaries' columns (and more in PDF version)

speaking out on Coalition cuts; new phrenology; and Kanazawa strikes again

the Middle East; IAPT; chronic fatigue; religion; boys and psychology; and more

diagnostic dangers; census and anti-cuts march; Eysenck; and more

smoking; cognitive neuroscience funding; twitter debate; and much more

national well-being; psychology myths; gender; your deadly sins; and more

history poster; mind wandering; W.H.R Rivers; sex differences; and more

Measuring well-being; sexuality; military families; tuition fees; and more

Including William James; Gustav Fechner; occupational debate; gender and more

‘approved clinicians’; the power of bad; BAME psychologists; and more

the Society’s journals – a question of collegiality; mindfulness; approved clinicians; consultation on whether the psychology degree is fit for purpose; and columns on Marc Hauser and survival

A-level psychology; clinical training selection; computer simulation; and more

diversity in clinical training; unnatural beliefs; psychopathy; and much more

Solicitor Richard Gregorian argues for an interdisciplinary approach from psychologists and lawyers to help those in the family justice system

frontal lobe dysfunction; misrepresentation; Richard Gregory; and more

Anthony Montgomery and Ian Kehoe ask why schools get so little attention from organisational psychology

giving voice to the voiceless; black women in the UK; politics; and more

electronic record keeping; educational training; discrimination; and more

in defence of the flashmob; Down’s; medicalising pregnancy; and more

excellence; home education; the internet and thinking; reductionism; and more

flashmobs; Down’s syndrome; cannabis gateway effects; HPC registration; role of educational psychologists; and more

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