Edition 9

Ian Florance talks to Joan Baxter about providing therapy, being the patient, schools, and more

Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University Management School. Includes online extras.

Nestar Russell explores the early evolution of Stanley Milgram’s first official obedience to authority experiment

José Cuenca offers reflections as a research student in psychology, in the first of a new series aiming to unearth budding talent

President’s column; Honorary Life Members, Honorary Fellows and Presidents’ Award; counselling psychology; Division and Branch news; and more

An 2010 account of the life and work of Hans Eysenck, by Roderick D. Buchanan, reviewed by Eysenck's son Michael.

Thomas L. Webb on ensuring students get more out of taking part in research

Psychologist editor @jonmsutton fired questions at psychology’s Twitterati

Charles Spence on his mouth-watering research

Eating and drinking are among life’s most pleasurable activities and among the most multisensory as well. However, cognitive neuroscientists have only recently come to realise that their insights...

first psychologist ‘approved clinicians’; torture inquiry; denying science; fetal pain; nuggets from www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog; psychology in the movies, with Ceri Parsons and more