...debates

Liza Morton on ableism in Psychology, reflecting on her lived experience of navigating a career in Psychology whilst living with a serious lifelong heart condition.
The latest from Hazel McLaughlin.
Sarah Verity makes a point about planning.
Kate Johnstone responds to recent coverage.
Victoria Field writes.
Lewis Mitchell with a letter from our November issue.
Martin Milton responds to a letter from the October edition.
Kirstie Whitaker and Olivia Guest ask how open ‘open science’ really is.
As we attempt a return to a semblance of normality, behavioural strategies to reduce the transmission of infection have never been more important. Dr Stephen Blumenthal, clinical psychologist, considers the behavioural immune system – cross cultural differences in behaviours adapted over millennia to reduce contagion. Is this a moment when we change the way we think and interact?
Katie Voss and Alice McNamara reflect on the unrelenting standards for Assistant Psychologists.
Khadija Rouf argues that there is 'a real, and as yet, unnamed form of prejudice and discrimination against people who are survivors'.
Dominic McSherry on a debate and a journal special issue.
A letter from Dr Jermaine Ravalier.
A letter from Dr Jeremy Swinson.
A letter from Jonathan Dawson.
Dr Hazel McLaughlin writes on breaking silos and collaborating; why psychology needs to be agile and creative. How can we leverage the benefits of meaningful collaboration to build the BPS of the future?
A letter from Emma Haddleton; with a follow up from Lucy Cooper.
A letter from Tim Artus on the BPS Covid Coordinating Group.
Numerous psychologists call for review of the BPS Guidelines for Psychologists Working with Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity; plus response.
Ex-member Kirsty Miller wrote with a letter; here, we explain what happened next.
Hannah Morris-Bankole and Dr Aileen Ho on a new survey.