Edition 2

Philip Banyard and Nigel Hunt analyse what is missing from the method sections of British psychology journals.

ARE we telling the full story in our research reports? Do the journals of the British Psychological Society give full accounts of procedure in their method sections? And is our research still...

Associate Editor for Conference reports Fiona Jones introduces our coverage of the 1999 London Conference.

THE final conference before the year 2000 featured the appropriate theme of ‘The psychology of time’ — a theme
that attracted a range of contributions encompassing clinical, cognitive and...

Edgar Stones

MOST psychologists of all stripes are likely to have gone through a course of training in which they would have been taught the elements of their particular field of psychology. The chances are...

Margaret A. Boden explores how computers can help us understand human creativity.

You may already be foaming at the mouth. Merely reading the title may have infuriated you: ‘What nonsense,’ you may be thinking, ‘Computers can’t really be creative!’Well, maybe they can’t. But...