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.
Jon Brock goes inside the Psychological Science Accelerator.
Katherine Button argues that we need to build a diversity of roles into the fabric of the psychology department, as well as thinking about our role in bigger interdisciplinary projects.

There is growing awareness that the challenges of the 21st century will be best met by interdisciplinary collaborative efforts. The main UK funding bodies have been integrated into UK Research...

We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
Charalambos Costeris reflects on working during the pandemic with individuals who exhibit psychotic symptoms and Capgras syndrome
Jack Newton suggests a trauma-informed approach to support communities through the pandemic and beyond.
Kristof Dhont and Joachim Stoeber on ideological pushback against the rise of veganism.
Emma Young digests the research.
Jon Sutton introduces the September issue.
Daniel Yon offers concrete suggestions for supporting and valuing early career researchers in psychology.
David Murphy, British Psychological Society President 2019-2020, gave his Presidential Address at the online conference.

In David Murphy’s address as the outgoing President of the Society (available in full on the BPS YouTube channel), he outlined...

Young adults are consuming less alcohol than previous generations. Dominic Conroy and Fiona Measham look to understand changing ‘styles’.
Julia Norman on the enduring power of the collective brain, even in distanced times.
Kate Rushby-Jones on the possible long-term psychological impact of lockdown for older adults living alone.
Katie High (Research Assistant) and Alexandria Phillips (Research Therapist).
Rob Webster unravels the evidence behind the Department for Education’s Covid guidance on deploying teaching assistants.
Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou, with the help of Jon Adams and Briony Campbell, reflects on a UCL-funded project to explore autistic people’s relationships during and after the lockdown.
Collecting together our special summer print edition, with a few extras.
Jim Davis on a study and report from Making Caring Common.
To tie in with the British Psychological Society's Annual Conference theme of 'Psychology of the future: Changing landscapes', we asked contributors for their '2040 visions'.
...from Jolanda Jetten, Stephen Reicher, Alex Haslam and Tegan Cruwys.

Yeah it’s your life do whatever you want, but you are now responsible for my life.... We started saying, ‘It’s not about me it’s about we.’ Get your head around the we concept. It’s not all...

An introduction to a special themed issue, 'Towards a new normal, and beyond', from Dr Jon Sutton.
Sarah Norgate and Cary Cooper on remote work and psychological autonomy.