Edition 12

Susie Warden on research in the voluntary sector.

Chris McManus gave the C.S. Myers Lecture at the Annual Conference in Manchester.

CHARLES Myers (1873–1946) had a formidable range of talents. After a double first in natural sciences at Cambridge, and then graduating as a doctor at Bart’s, he went on an expedition to the...

Peter Kinderman calls for big changes in training and career structures.

The training and career structure of applied psychologists must change radically. And the structure of the governing professional body – the BPS – must change too. There should be a single three-...

Jon Sutton talks to Tanya Byron about her TV work, disseminating psychology on a mass scale.

Dr Tanya Byron qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1992. She has worked in HIV and drug dependency, and more recently in a consultant post in an adolescent unit. She now combines one day a...

Jim Cromwell on some tricky problems psychologists can face testing deaf people who use sign language.

Bob is a builder. He has been working for 40 years, and his tools have become extra limbs rather than inanimate aids. He has whole areas of cortex dedicated to plastering. Last month he returned...