Benjamin Kwapong in a continuing discussion.
Professor Neil Verrall on evolving forms of protest.
Professor Binna Kandola OBE, Guilaine Kinouani, Dr Joanna Wilde and Dr Grace Mansah-Owusu write.
Paul Whitby, a Chartered Psychologist and former Charge Nurse, with a response to our recent coverage of the care abuse scandal.
Mohamed Khougali on how revolution may have changed the psyche, and standing of psychology, in Sudan.
Finding the origins of the cognitive trick.
Two letters from our July edition.
Dr Sarah Ashworth on the latest care abuse scandal.
Pam James on psychiatrists and psychologists.
Jasmin Kaur Gill responds to the article by Viren Swami.
Narinder Kapur looks to ensure excellence and accountability in people management.

Last year’s Independent Inquiry into the self-immolation of nurse Amin Abdullah following his unfair dismissal was accompanied by a recognition that similar management failures were common in...

Maya Gimalova and Martin Milton ask if psychologists are doing enough.
The latest from Sarb Bajwa.
Martin Seager and John Barry write.
Richard Woods writes about Pathological Demand Avoidance.
Emma Liebeskind writes about the A-level psychology curriculum.
Arathy Puthillam responds to a letter on psychology's WEIRDness.
Dr Nina Browne on 'letting go of the script'.
Natasha White writes.
Sandie McHugh and colleagues follow up a 'Looking Back' from the March edition.
The latest from Sarb Bajwa.
Does a recent BPS statement go far enough?
Michael Berger sums up the Topol Review - what’s going on, what’s on the horizon and why it is important. [Note: This is an expanded version of a letter which appears in the May edition]