...meets

Ian Florance talks to Jamie Durrance about her work at Rowan House

Alan Baddeley talks to Lance Workman about Bertrand Russell, Neanderthals and working memory

Ian Florance talks to Paul Webley about his role as Director and Principal of the School of Oriental and African Studies

Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool. Includes lots of web-only answers.

Ian Florance talks to Deb Viney about unusual routes into psychology

Jillian Sullivan, PhD student at the Autism Research Centre, University of Cambridge

Rehabilitation Services Group, National Offender Management Service. Includes web-only answers.

Ian Florance meets Jake Farr and talks music and creativity

Critical health psychologist Kerry Chamberlain (Massey University, New Zealand) talks to Lance Workman about the academic evolution of his career

Michelle Kendel, a second-year undergraduate at the University of Reading, spoke to The Psychologist about how her background has influenced her interests.

Educational psychologist and independent practitioner, Honorary Life Member and Past President

Clare O’Loghlen and her twin sister Maeve O’Loghlen on alternative routes from shared origins

Sarah Marzillier in conversation with her father John Marzillier

Carly Amber talks to Jonathan Mason, clinical psychologist with the Queensland Government, Australia

Professor of Psychology at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. Includes online-only answers.

John Leach works as a psychologist but came to professional practice late in life and his very specialist interests have led to a move to Norway

Jon Sutton talks to clinical neuropsychologist and poet Seán Haldane

Nathalie L. Chernoff on career opportunities in the history of psychology

Ian Florance talks to Adrian Owen about the ‘brain drain’ and more

Professor of Psychology at York University, Canada, and blogger on the history of psychology

…with Anne Treisman (including online-only answers)

Ian Florance talks to staff at global financial services company UBS

Jon Sutton interviews Cordelia Fine about neurosexism and more.

For anyone who thought that the battle of the sexes was over, that any gender inequalities remaining are innate and pretty inevitable, your new book Delusions of Gender is pretty uncomfortable...

Anita Mehay and Zoё Fortune look at life as a mental health researcher

with Jeune Guishard-Pine