Edition 10

Honorary Lecturer, University of Sheffield; includes online-only extras

Alison Torn investigates the strange case of Margery Kempe

Krissy Wilson with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)

disaster, crisis and trauma in the President’s column; honorary awards; test use register; history prize; new subscriber grades; BPS journals

Jung in the city; Freud on coke; positive psychology at work; and more

Kate Hefferon and Elena Gil-Rodriguez discuss implications of the rise in popularity of IPA for both teachers and students

Kim Drake suggests a fruitful avenue of investigation into vulnerability

Since the overturning of the Guildford Four and Birmingham Six convictions, in 1989 and 1991 respectively, much research has been conducted into interview techniques and the causes of false...

Jon Sutton interviews Howard Friedman (HF) and Leslie Martin (LM), authors of The Longevity Project, about lessons in living a long life

Mark Griffiths examines workaholism and what it has in common with other behavioural addictions

The terms ‘workaholic’ and ‘workaholism’ are commonly used in everyday language, yet there is relatively little empirical research on the topic. In this article, the concept of excessive work as a...

Fiona Jones on media and Society responses to the riots