Edition 9

Michael A. West looks at how to turn creative thinking into innovative practice. Do you recognise yourself or your work environment in his account?

In the bath. Walking the dog. On holiday. Looking at the fire. Walking
in the mountains. While meditating. Swimming. Sailing. Fishing. In fact anywhere but work. This is what people say when...

Paul E. Mullen, Michele Pathé and Rosemary Purcell provide some insights into a modern-day problem.

STALKING is a new crime, and a new category of fear for a new century. The infringer on our privacy, the watcher at the window, the cyberspace intruder, the follower, and ultimately the attacker....

Update by Sue Sharrock, Chair of the Standing Committee for the Continuing Professional Development of Psychologists (SCCPDP).

CONTINUING professional development has been the topic of recent debate in the letters page of The Psychologist (see February, April, May 2000). Since then the Society has had a vote on whether...

John Groeger

THERE is a short pragmatic explanation to this, and a rather longer one.
The short explanation is that having submitted my PhD on unconscious processing to The Queen’s University of Belfast...