Edition 11

Amanda Holt with the truth about research methods.

Daniel Freeman and Philippa A. Garety take a look at the psychology of paranoia.

Suspicions amongst thoughts are like bats amongst birds – they ever fly by twilight. Certainly they are to be repressed, or, at the least, well guarded. For they cloud the mind, they lose friends...

In his Hans Eysenck Lecture, Martin Davies describes how he has continued to integrate the correlational and experimental in the study of personality and cognition.

HANS Eysenck was one of the first people to combine what Cronbach (1957) called the two disciplines of scientific psychology – the correlational and the experimental. In this article I’ll describe...

Tom Stafford (University of Sheffield) meets renowned neuroscientist Vilayanur Ramachandran.

In person, Professor Vilayanur Ramachandran has the same energy and charisma that made his 2003 Reith Lectures so popular. Originally trained as a doctor, he came to neuroscience via neurology....

Kausar Suhail with the latest in our international series.

Since its birth in 1947 the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has seen considerable political turmoil and unrest. A rich traditional life has been handed down through generations; the near century of...

Darren Ellis and John Cromby on the health implications of emotional expression.

HOW many times have you been asked ‘How are you?’ and, regardless of how you were actually feeling, replied with a simple ‘Fine’? Or asked someone ‘Are you OK?’, and nodded whilst asking in order...

Including President's column, news, and Christian Jarrett's reports from the British Association Festival of Science.