Philip J. Corr's Eysenck Memorial Lecture from 2007.
NICE Guidelines; sadism; cultural lessons from the arts; IQ rise; the health of UK psychology; and more
To celebrate the 100th issue of the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest, the editor Christian Jarrett asked some of the world’s top psychologists to put their thinking caps on – and cast practicalities and ethics aside.
Here we present a selection of the responses. For full versions, and for contributions from Alex Haslam, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Richard Gregory and Society President Pam Maras, see...
Universal ethical code; sensory processing; cyberbullying; statutory regulation update; occupational psychology; and more
Expert witnesses in rape trials Plans for expert witnesses to give evidence for the prosecution in rape trials about the trauma suffered by victims have been shelved by ministers. The rape law...
Pam Maras with an important update on statutory regulation
This is my eighth column as President; ninth if you count that I’ve written it twice! In my first effort I focused on all of the exciting new developments the Boards are considering, including...
Media responsibilities; and more
The annual festival of the British Association for the Advancement of Science is an event dedicated to improving communication between scientists and the rest of the world. So it seems rather...
The Society's parliamentary process; generic practice guidelines; Expert Witness Working Party guidelines; and more
Research as a voyage of discovery
Positive psychology; Bayesian rationality; violent video games; and more
Brady Wagoner, Alex Gillespie and Gerard Duveen on an internet archive of Bartlett's work, and how he may have viewed it