James T. Lamiell on a century-old text containing a ‘cornucopia of ideas that remain in the forefront of developmental psychology’
Matthew Coxon with the third in our series for budding writers
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
resolutions in the President’s column; Lifetime Achievement Awards; International Congress of Coaching Psychology; and more
detention and release of mentally disordered patients, the environment, policy making and personnel selection
Jon Sutton talks to clinical neuropsychologist and poet Seán Haldane
Elisabeth Hill and Anna Barnett examine the case of developmental coordination disorder (DCD)
The development of adequate motor control and coordination is an important part of general development, allowing an infant to interact with and learn about the world around them and making...
Sarita Robinson and Nikola Bridges on the psychology and physiology behind staying alive
It is possible that you might face a life-threatening situation today – modern life is full of risks from crossing the road, to being involved in a large-scale terrorist attack. How would you...
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...