Ian Florance talks to Catriona Morrison about cognitive psychology, teaching and research… with a few mentions of the Beatles on the way
Teresa Pacheco Tabuenca is interviewed by Vaughan Bell
Although psychologists work with the emergency services across the world, Madrid is one of the few cities that have a team of emergency response psychologists that attend incidents alongside...
Consultant Psychologist at eras ltd
Ian Florance talks to Sara Savage about her life and work
Alison Gopnik talks to Jon Sutton about the exploratory, bright butterflies that are children.
…with Chartered Psychologist and writer Jennie Lindon
Ian Florance talks to Richard Bentall about how he proved his careers master very wrong indeed
Stephen Lea talks to Lance Workman about his work with humans and other animals
Professor Emeritus at Goldsmiths University of London, Honorary Professor at Warwick Business School, and MD of Personnel Assessment Ltd; including web-only answers
Ian Florance, the journalist responsible for many of the articles on these pages, on the picture they paint of psychology
Professor of Music Psychology and Improvisation - including extra online-only questions and answers
Ian Florance talks to Charlie Alcock about psychology in the community with hard-to-reach groups
Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Includes web-only extras.
S. Craig Roberts and John E. Lycett introduce us to some graduates from the MSc in Evolutionary Psychology at the University of Liverpool
Professor of Psychology at Birkbeck University of London
Frank Tallis on life as a clinical psychologist and novelist
Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Bath and Visiting Professor, Harvard Graduate School of Education and University of Exeter
Juliet Whitehead on life as a trainee educational psychologist
Director, Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge
Jon Sutton talks to Jim Horne, Director of the Sleep Research Centre at Loughborough University, about a varied and productive career
Allan Hobson, one of the pioneers in the field of what sleep and dreaming are ‘for’, talks to Jon Sutton
Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan