January 2018

The Psychologist A to Z continues.
Lucas Richert on the Esalen Institute, pioneer of the human potential movement.
Richard Cheston watches Marjorie Prime, a science-fiction film written and directed by Michael Almereyda.
Andrew Silke visits the Age of Terror: Art since 9/11 exhibition at the Imperial War Museum.
Jon Sutton hears from Eric Brymer about a new book, Phenomenology and the Extreme Sport Experience.
Stacey A. Bedwell reviews Human Neuroanatomy (2nd edn), by James R. Augustine (Wiley; Hb £104.00)
Niall James Holohan reviews Why Buddhism Is True: The Science and Philosophy of Meditation and Enlightenment (Robert Wright Simon & Schuster; Hb £20.00).
Professor Richard Wiseman reviews The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions.

The Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions
Arthur Shapiro & Dejan Todorovic (Eds.)
Oxford University Press; Hb £162.50

Ian Florance interviewed Saniya Rizvi about her journey into counselling psychology… and possibly beyond.

Saniya’s response to our initial e-mail was, ‘I am a bit surprised to be asked for an interview… I’m just an ordinary psychologist, I don’t have research or writing a book experiences to boast...

Telmo Mourinho Baptista, President of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations