Edition 4

Robert H. Logie explains what we know so far about the ‘desktop of the brain’.

WHAT were you doing just before you looked at this article? How many other things are currently ‘at the back of your mind’? What is 37 times 4? If all Society members are psychologists and some...

Sally Johnson gives an account of her attempts to deal with the methodological problems of a qualitative study.

SEVERAL articles published recently in The Psychologist have outlined a ‘new paradigm’ in psychological research: qualitative approaches (e.g. Cooper & Stevenson, 1998). These articles have...

Geoff Lindsay and Petruska Clarkson explore the difficulties of psychotherapeutic work.

THE ethical basis of psychological practice has received increased attention in recent years. For example, recent Presidential addresses to The British Psychological Society (Lindsay, 1995), the...

Pat Rabbitt

COMPLETE explanations of why any of us do anything for an entire working lifetime are uninteresting because, if they are truthful, they are plotless catalogues of random accidents. The experience...