'It is diverse brains and the consequent breadth of talents and abilities that are pivotal to our future'
Joyce Hargrave-Wright reminisces on a life in psychology.
Ian Florance follows up some of his ‘Careers’ interviewees.
Chris Frith meets Rosalind Ridley, to discuss her book on the mind of the Peter Pan author.
We meet James Pennebaker. Our editor Jon Sutton poses the questions, on expressive writing, humour in teaching and more.
We hear about the drive for a British Psychological Society Defence and Security Section.
We sent Debbie Gordon, Assistant to the Managing Editor and who has been diagnosed with dyslexia, to talk to Professor Rod Nicolson about his approach.
Megan Prowse presents her personal reflections on overseas placements.
Thomas Campbell on mental health and volunteering in Sri Lanka.
One on one… with Siân E. Jones.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Jonathan Haidt.
Jan Smith explores her journey from postdoctoral researcher to professional training in health psychology with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Three research assistants explore academic life and support networks.
Ian Florance talks to Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice at London Business School.
Emeritus Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of Aberdeen.
‘Try to be fearless', advises the Chair of the British Psychological Society's Division of Counselling Psychology.
Clinical Psychologist at Acorn Park School.
Ian Florance talks with the Society’s Practitioner of the Year Jill Winegardner, about her journeys working in brain injury rehabilitation.
Helen Owen attempts to plot a route onto an applied doctorate.
Hollie Richardson on volunteering as an e-mail counsellor for ChildLine.
A conversation between Alice Farrington and her father, David P. Farrington.
One on one… with Carl Senior.
Peter Hobson (Emeritus Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at University College London) reflects on a lifetime’s work in autism and child development.
Thomas Hoare on his voluntary work in Nigeria.
Judith Rich Harris takes Lance Workman through her extraordinary fightback against entrenched views of child development.
One on one… with Lucy Johnstone