...reports

Ella Rhodes reports from Milan.
Professor Susan Hallam MBE reviews a musical performance and a lecture from Professor Daniel Levitin.
Ella Rhodes reports on new guidelines from the Division of Clinical Psychology.
Ella Rhodes hears from some past recipients of the British Psychological Society funding.
Jamie Hacker Hughes writes.
A transcript of 'The Psychologist presents…' at Latitude Festival, supported by the Wellcome Trust. The discussion was chaired by our editor Dr Jon Sutton, and featured Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Fiona Neill.
Jon Sutton reports on an ESRC impact prize for psychologist Professor Celia Kitzinger and her sister Professor Jenny Kitzinger.
Award for Chartered Psychologist and colleague.
Jon Sutton on the independent review into American Psychological Association ethics guidelines, national security interrogations, and torture.
Jon Sutton reports on a WIRED Innovation Fellowship for Professor Elizabeth Stokoe.
Jon Sutton on the report into self-inflicted deaths amongst young people in custody, plus an advance online publication of 'Prisoner suicide' by Professor Graham Towl (Harris Review panel member) and Dr Tammi Walker.
We speak to Dr Helen Cassaday (University of Nottingham, and the British Psychological Society's Research Board portfolio holder for animal welfare).
We are celebrating the 10th birthday of our Research Digest blog, with a now SOLD OUT evening event in London on 9 December.
Ella Rhodes on recent reports, statements and events.
… but everything you know about psychology is wrong, according to Dr Phil Banyard's Annual Conference magical mystery tour through myths in psychology, education, and methods. Emma Davies reports.
Ella Rhodes reports on Professor Edgar Jones' talk at the Society's Annual Conference, held in Liverpool in May.
We collect together coverage from this year's event, held in Liverpool in May. More reports in the July issue.
Ahead of The Psychologist's first festival appearance, we take a look at what else is on offer across numerous stages.
Dr Lisa Cameron, newly elected Scottish National Party MP for the constituency of East Kilbride, Strathaven & Lesmahagow.
Ella Rhodes on a new art / science collaboration.
Ella Rhodes reports from a Pint of Science Festival event held in Birmingham in May.
Call for reform of the Work Capability Assessment, Society Branches Forum symposium, and the 'always on' culture.
Professor Susan Hallam honoured.
…from Leicester to London, to highlight social justice.
From Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes.