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… and tackling it requires reckoning with the past that brought us here, argue Jacy L.Young and Peter Hegarty.

A psychologist (a man) brings you (a woman undergraduate student) into the laboratory and asks you to read aloud to them a series of 12 explicit sexual words and two sexually graphic passages...

Jennifer E. Symonds considers whether lockdown can actually improve your mental health and wellbeing.
Evelina Thunell, Asifa Majid and Johan N. Lundström
Sharon Cox argues that now is not the time to afford smoking tacit approval.
We collect together links to some of our recent book extracts and conversations with authors.
Professors Daryl and Rory O’Connor reflect on how being identical twins has influenced their professional lives, plus links to archive content on siblings.
Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
We need your submissions for a special summer edition.
Last year Martijn Hofman and Janneke Woudstra, mental health professionals and colleagues at the Dutch mental health organisation the Parnassia Group, worked for several weeks for the Boat Refugee Foundation as volunteers to provide psychological aid to the refugees that are living in camp Moria (Lesbos, Greece). Martijn Hofman wrote a personal essay on their experience.
Letticia Banton with reflections on coronavirus from a wounded-healer relational psychotherapy perspective.
Dr Janice Smith on the challenges of an acceptance-based approach with frontline health staff.
Emma Smith on the challenges of ongoing research during global crisis.
Dr Jeanne Wolstencroft on an essential instrument in the toolbox.
Bonamy Oliver and Alison Pike on the need for study, how pandemic measures have affected it, and a possible solution.
Naomi Fisher with an update to her recent article, as children learn at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
The latest from Sarb Bajwa.
Lynne Rothwell on the benefits of knitting and other crafts during lockdown.
Rhi Wilmott with some evidence-based life lessons.
Nisha Pushpararajah with a personal perspective grounded in collectivism.
Stephen Reicher, John Drury and Clifford Stott on views of the public driving policy.
Terri Apter with a view; plus an update on work-life balance.
Does alcohol have an essential psychological function during isolation? Emma Davies and James Morris on the arguments.
Anita Mehay (Research Fellow and Health Psychologist, UCL), Jane Ogden (Professor of Health Psychology, University of Surrey) and Rosie Meek (Professor of Criminology & Psychology, Royal Holloway).