Edition 10

Including the President's column, news, a report from the Maudsley debate on mental health act reform, and Peter Collett discussing the role of psychologists in 'reality TV' shows.

Martin Roiser and Dave Stevens take a look at the television quiz Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in search of legendary themes and roles.

THE television quiz Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? is a spectacular public phenomenon, attracting up to 14 million UK viewers. It has been licensed abroad in 70 countries, generated catchphrases (...

Gus Baker

I suspect, like most of my peers, I really was not sure which area of clinical psychology I wanted to practise when I had completed my training: although I certainly knew what areas I didn’t want...

At the Centenary Annual Conference Jon Sutton described the work that won him the 1999 Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology.

IN February 1996, 16-year-old Katherine Morrison killed herself. Two schoolmates, Shelley McBratney and Lee Ann Murray, were put on trial for common assault. In the eyes of many, they were being...