John Leach looks at why people perish unnecessarily, and the crucial nature of cognitive function
Cognition underlies all our behaviour including survival behaviour. Yet, when life is threatened, cognitive function becomes impaired. This article examines current research into the role of...
Ron Roberts examines mind and behaviour in the Antarctic
Psychological research in Antarctica addresses a number of key issues that are important to understanding how people (as individuals and groups) function in isolated and extreme environments: the...
feeling the future or ‘pathological science’; measuring well-being; awards and event reports; and the smell of anxiety
Measuring well-being; sexuality; military families; tuition fees; and more
John Leach works as a psychologist but came to professional practice late in life and his very specialist interests have led to a move to Norway
Professor of Psychology at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. Includes online-only answers.
James T. Lamiell on a century-old text containing a ‘cornucopia of ideas that remain in the forefront of developmental psychology’