Edition 2

Could a simple exercise routine significantly improve the reading of dyslexic children? Angus Smyth caught up with Martin McPhillips to find out more about the technique.

There is gentleness about Martin McPhillips. He leads me into his office where the pale-green walls are lined with photographs of children performing their routine of primary reflex movements. ‘...

David Giles.

I KNOW it’s customary, and perhaps clichéd, to start off these ‘Why I study’ articles with an autobiographical anecdote, but I can indeed vividly recall the moment I decided to return to academia...

Paul Kennedy and Susan Llewelyn investigate views on the integration of research and practice in clinical psychology.

Clinical psychology, like other branches of psychology, has seen many changes over the past 50 years. Most obviously there have been substantial increases in numbers, but there have also been...

Richard Henson, winner of the 1998 Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology.

How do we maintain a novel sequence of items in the correct order? For example, how do we remember the car number plate at the scene of a crime? Or how do we remember an unfamiliar telephone...

Biographies of William McDougall and Beatrice Edgell, and the story of the Science Museum exhibition.

President's Column, News, and News analysis (Should we blame the bullies? by Peter K. Smith)