...meets

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

Ian Florance meets members of the University of the West of England’s Centre for Appearance Research

Chris Frith talks to Lance Workman about schizophrenia, scanning and more

Ian Florance talks to Joan Baxter about providing therapy, being the patient, schools, and more

Caprice Lantz and Peter Reddy on how students can develop a ‘career focus’
in psychology

Psychologist editor @jonmsutton fired questions at psychology’s Twitterati

Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University Management School. Includes online extras.

Ian Florance talks to Anne McBride about animal behaviour counselling

Lisa Lim Ah Ken talks to Ian Florance about her work with aid organisations

A recent Division of Occupational Psychology event addressed some timely career issues

Director of the Professional Development Foundation and joint winner of the Society’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Professional Psychology; includes web-only answers

Ian Florance talks to Mark Griffiths about a prolific career in teaching and research

Renee Lertzman talks with psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader

Stefania Papadaki on her route to counselling psychology work in Heraklion

Aberystwyth University, and new Chair of the Psychologist Policy Committee - includes web-only material

Ian Florance interviews Tim Marsh about his work as the Managing Director of a company dealing in the psychology of industrial safety

Tony Roth talks to David Clark about his pivotal role in developing and promoting the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme, and more

Ian Florance talks to Jan Stannard about the ‘light-bulb moment’ that led her into psychology, and her quest to be sure of her ground in her new field

Help the Hospices Chair in Hospice Studies, Lancaster University

Sarah Dale gives a personal view on overthrowing a collective impostor syndrome

Jo Silvester talks to Jon Sutton on the eve of the General Election

Joy Icayan charts a personal journey from taking a degree in psychology, to market research, to human rights work in the Philippines