Edition 10

Sue McGaw argues that parenting classes are long overdue. Charlie Lewis worries that they are yet another attempt at social control.

Including President's column, news, conference report, and Mary Boyle's News analysis 'Challenging assumptions about abortion'.

By Jeremy Horwood

Why don't you write for The Psychologist / Psych-Talk / PsyPAG Quarterly?

John Coleman

ADOLESCENCE is without doubt the Cinderella subject within developmental psychology. It gets less attention than other topics in the textbooks, in the curriculum and on the research agenda. So why...

Howard Steele discusses whether attachment theory has kept pace with the changing family.

it was a bold claim, and one now familiar to most psychologists from their undergraduate days: that immediate and long-term benefits to mental health result if an ‘infant and young child should...