Gareth Morris looks at place attachment and identity in a musical genre
Padraic Monaghan, James Keidel, Mike Burton and Gert Westermann investigate
Over the last half century or so, artificial intelligence models have failed to match the flexibility and adaptability of human performance. However, by incorporating statistical learning and...
Rusi Jaspal on the challenges faced by those viewing sexual identities through a religious lens
Being gay in a heteronormative world can be difficult and stressful, but for Muslims who identify as gay, life can be particularly problematic. This is due primarily to negative social...
Matt Field, winner of the Society’s Spearman Medal, on attentional bias in addiction and anxiety disorders
When we experience emotional or motivational states, we find that environmental stimuli that relate to these states are able to grab our attention. Among individuals with emotional or motivational...
financial crisis; birthday honours; educational neuroscience; Rhona Flin on Deepwater Horizon; nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest; and more
diversity in clinical training; unnatural beliefs; psychopathy; and much more
Lisa Lim Ah Ken talks to Ian Florance about her work with aid organisations
Ron Roberts on the continuing relevance of Thomas Szasz, now in his 90th year.