Ian Florance talks to Mark Griffiths about a prolific career in teaching and research
Director of the Professional Development Foundation and joint winner of the Society’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Professional Psychology; includes web-only answers
Arthur I. Miller on a meeting of minds between Carl Jung and the physicist Wolfgang Pauli
the first column from new Society President Gerry Mulhern; Spearman Medal 2010; promoting global awareness; consultations; and more
a history lesson with attitude; mindsight; the newborn brain; rehabilitation psychology; and web-only reviews
Renee Lertzman talks with psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader
Matt Baker, joint winner in our student writer competition, shares his views on drug use and rehabilitation; and Stefania de Vito, joint winner in our student writer competition, on episodic future thinking
Stuart Wilson on why scepticism is so cognitively taxing
Everyone knows that religious ideas are pervasive and robust, but what is it about our minds that make them so attractive? Even when traditional religious concepts have been rejected, many people...
Viren Swami and Rebecca Coles look at belief in conspiracy theories
Given the widespread appeal of conspiracy theories, it is surprising that little empirical research has addressed the reasons why some people are more likely to adhere to such beliefs than others...