Mark Hayward, Elizabeth Holford and Peter Kinderman introduce the special issue, which addresses how we can help those who are being left behind
Is there such a thing as society? Do we have a collective responsibility towards people who may be excluded from the social settings/circles where we feel valued? Articles within this special...
childhood conduct; sleep-related automatism; prize-winning brains; reports from the Society’s student lectures and therapy in the NHS events; and much more
ensuring course standards; dying at work; community psychology; statutory regulation; clinical training; psychology in Argentina; your boss and stress; and more
Professor Emeritus at Goldsmiths University of London, Honorary Professor at Warwick Business School, and MD of Personnel Assessment Ltd; including web-only answers
A peculiarly influential and controversial 1920s employment test, from Thomas Edison, by Paul Collins; plus an account of how it felt to resist Milgram.
President’s column; Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology; DOP flashmob; ethnic diversity and the workforce; and more
children and teenagers with Asperger’s; attachment disorder; paranormal belief; prosocial behaviour; and philosophy of psychology
Christina Richards looks behind the dichotomy and calls for change.
There is a dichotomy in mental health services: ‘them and us’, or what Pilgrim (2005, p.123) refers to as ‘two groups of humanity’. This is the process in which some clinicians, psychologists and...
David Carew, Richard Birkin and David Booth on what the government’s Department for Work and Pensions is doing.
The development of the social exclusion concept has recognised that employment plays an important part. The importance of employment in this context has long been recognised by the UK government...