An exclusive chapter from The Psychology of Art, by George Mather; part of Routledge's 'The Psychology of Everything' series.
An exclusive chapter from 'The Psychology of Exercise', by Josephine Perry, published by Routledge.
An exclusive chapter from The Psychology of Wellbeing, by Gary W. Wood, published by Routledge.
Your annual chance to get those creative juices flowing; this year, with a special theme.
Emma Young digests the research on self-knowledge.

There are three things extremely hard: steel, a diamond, and to know one’s self.
Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanac, 1750.

An extract from ‘The Dance Cure: The surprising secret to being smarter, stronger, happier’ by Dr Peter Lovatt, with kind permission from the publisher Short Books.

I dance to release endorphins and make me happy. I dance to share joy and laugh with others. I dance to feel my heart beat faster.
– Female, aged 23, Dr Dance Survey ...

Samantha Ross on Imposter Syndrome, working From home and being an Assistant Psychologist during Covid-19.
Michael Billig turns to historical studies of writing psychology to argue for ‘more examples, less theory’ in this extended and adapted extract from his new book.
Our latest Voices In Psychology programme question.
Elaine Turtle reflects on a learning journey during her early years as a Counselling Psychologist.

Newly qualified, I was eager to engage in therapeutic work with a client who contacted me for help with ‘misophonia’. But the condition was not ringing any bells with me. I was frustrated and...

We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
What should psychologists understand about austerity, and ways to broaden the role of psychologists in order to combat its effects? Insights from ‘Make My City Fair’ in Birmingham.
An exclusive chapter from 'The Psychology of Dreaming' by Josie Malinowski, published by Routledge Psychology as part of their 'Psychology of Everything' series.
The latest from Sarb Bajwa.
Bruno De Oliveira, a Lecturer in Psychology at Southampton Solent University, on using art and research as a community dialogue to reflect on lived experience of homelessness.
We get an update on the Society’s campaign, and call for contributions to a special summer edition.
Our collection of articles on collaboration.
Emma Young digests the research.
Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
Kevin Dutton on his new book Black and White Thinking – The Burden of a Binary Brain in a Complex World.

Noel Gallagher on his brother and former Oasis bandmate Liam: "he's a man with a fork in a world of soup".

Gavin Brent Sullivan (Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University).
An edited extract from The Human Cosmos: A Secret History of the Stars by Jo Marchant, courtesy of Canongate Books.
Chris Ferguson and Danielle Lindner might only agree on their need to collaborate.
Nicola Pitchford introduces perspectives from those at the ‘coal face’ of education.
Marcus Munafò on the benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration.