Hannah Wilkinson on a ‘normalising’, psychoeducation approach to Tourette’s Syndrome.
Dr Rebekah Eglinton is Chief Psychologist to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Here she highlights the experiences over 6,000 victims and survivors have shared with the Inquiry’s Truth Project, and the importance of their accounts in contributing to change for the better. The Inquiry’s Final Report is due to be published next year.
Environmental Psychologist and workplace strategist, Dr Nigel Oseland, gives his perspective on the return to the office.
An extract from The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality by Kathryn Paige Harden, with kind permission from the publisher Princeton University Press.
Dr Maggi Evans on a way to tackle the ‘Great Resignation’ and record vacancies.
An extract from 'Compassionate leadership: Sustaining wisdom, humanity and presence in health and social care', by Michael West, published by Swirling Leaf Press.

Traditional approaches to leadership have important limitations, with an emphasis on developing individual capability while neglecting collective leadership capability. They are also limited...

Kimberley Hill and Graham Towl argue that we must work together to change the culture.
In order to advance our discipline, we sometimes need to change the way the profession thinks of its central variables. We currently need to adjust our notion of personality to emphasise the routines of habit, argues Peter Warr.
An archive collection
Rachael Simms-Moore was one of the lucky few – so why didn’t she feel it? A journey to understand and cope took her towards psychology.
A collection of our coverage on a period that has been variously described as either a 'disaster' or 'triumph' for Psychology.
… with the Risk Management Authority (RMA).
Dr Jon Sutton introduces the December 2021 issue.
Carmel Jacob-Thomson with a professional and personal reflection on the words used to talk to and about Care Experienced Children and Young People.
Ed Keogh on his involvement in a public engagement project.
Emma Barratt on ways of working and areas of interest.
David Harper on his involvement with a new book, The American way: Stories of invasion (Comma Press).
An exclusive extract from 'Making Monsters: The Uncanny Power of Dehumanization', by David Livingstone Smith, courtesy of Harvard University Press.
Emma L. Barratt hears from researchers understanding our reactions to robotics.
Lucy Huskinson explores…

During the pandemic, many people reported that their familiar neighbourhoods, towns, and cities had transformed into strange places. No longer alive with the hustle and bustle of people going...

Clare Uytman.

Limb loss and prosthesis use create a new reality. Experiences are on a fluctuating spectrum from grief and shock to relief and gratitude, particularly where the limb removal relieves pain or...

Our journalist Ella Rhodes uncovers uncanny thoughts and cognitive paradoxes…

There’s something about the in-between, liminal, spaces in our minds that allow unbidden, unwelcome, uncanny thoughts and experiences to emerge. Whether hearing voices, experiencing déjà vu or...

Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
Ayad Marhoon on adapting to life with Multiple Sclerosis during the pandemic.