Peter Garrard on the uses of retrospective language analysis
President’s column; and two important Society articles, on accreditation through partnership, and delivering standards for tests and testing
intelligence testing; technology; ageing and cognition; creative writing; low mood; and building motivational interviewing skills
Brian L. Swallow looks at an unpleasant side of gestation
For many women, the most difficult part of pregnancy is the feeling of nausea that frequently accompanies it. The prevailing view is that this is something that women ‘just have to put up with’....
Harriet Gross on how medical, reproductive and communication technologies have changed women’s embodied experiences
Pregnancy is not only a personal event, it also entails physical changes visible to public view. Professional clinical monitoring and the use of technologies (e.g. scans) means that the private...
Mike White looks at fresh starts and second chances
Pauline Slade and Michelle Cree offer some practical recommendations
Paula Nicolson reviews issues of biology, risk, identity… and more
Pregnancy means your body is out of your control, you share the ‘space’ with another, you are subject to advice from experts, friends and passers-by about how you should eat, drink, play and work...
Christian Jarrett examines the evidence behind the widely held belief that pregnancy affects cognitive function