Edition 5

Including happiness, lap dancing, totalitarianism, help-seeking, binge-drinking and much more

With Ray Bull, Professor of Forensic Psychology at the University of Leicester

Including President's column, Book Award, staff redundancies, Parkinson's guidance, a century of the BJP, tackling drug addiction and more

Including teaching and learning, motivational skills, the overflowing brain, bullying, music psychology, and web-only reviews

Daniel B. Wright first explains how to compare means with a bootstrap, and then Andy P. Field puts the method into use in regression analysis

Ian Florance talks to Claudia Hammond about how she has put her background in academic psychology to good use in her broadcasting career

Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr revisits the promises of British practical psychology.

One hundred and fifty years ago this month, the grand new bell – a mind-boggling 16 tons in weight – rang out across London from the Great Clock of Westminster for the first time on 31 May...

John Hall and John Marzillier wrap up the opinion special with some constructive suggestions for moving the agenda on

The Layard analysis spawned the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) initiatives that are transforming the way psychological therapies are delivered in the NHS (Clark & Turpin,...

Patrick Casement with the third of our special opinion pieces on ‘improving access to psychological therapies’

My aim in this article is to consider some of the ways in which problem-focused therapies such as cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) may be attractive, but also some of the ways in which these...

Paul Gilbert with the second contribution to the opinion special

Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) has recently emerged as a dominant paradigm in psychotherapy, and is influencing training and even our professional organisation (e.g. via graduate workers). It...