In his Presidential Address at the 1998 Annual Conference, Chris Cullen argued that rule-governed behaviour is often insensitive to external changes.
ON 20 November 1997, Mr Jim Compton died of heart failure in a public lavatory 20 yards from the Accident and Emergency Department of his local hospital. Staff had been asked three times to come...
Hadyn Ellis and Andrew Ellis
Ron Roberts, John Golding and Tony Towell look at the implications of financial hardship for the well-being of students and the wider community.
Michael Morgan returns to the quantitative vs. qualitative debate.
Neil Cooper and Chris Stevenson suggest that Michael Morgan fails to consider that science is a social activity.
Carol Sherrard argues for the coexistence of qualitative and quantitative methods.
Michael Morgan attempts to summarise the main questions that divide the participants in the debate.
James Hartley gave the C.S. Myers Lecture at the Society's 1998 Annual Conference in Brighton.