Edition 11

Ian Florence talks to Linda Berkeley
Matthew Price and Trevor Humby on the mutual benefits of giving undergraduates more opportunity to contribute to research

Robert S. Gable on how he and his brother invented electronic monitoring, but with an early emphasis on positive reinforcement

Andrew P. Allen looks at organisational innovation in universities in the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for information)

Ian Florance talks to Michal Kosinski about business, technology and the dangers of an ignorance of modern psychology

President’s column; EuroPsy; Spearman Medal; guidance on electronic health records; consultation responses; public engagement awards; and more

the empathic brain; the madness of women; rethinking school bullying; psychology in social contexts

Peter Dillon-Hooper (Manager of the Society’s History of Psychology Centre) talks to Geoff Bunn about writing and presenting a history of the brain on Radio 4

Simon Knight offers some handy tips and resources for austere times

James Erskine and George Georgiou look at how trying not to think of an action might lead you down that very path

For over two decades researchers have shown that there are unexpected consequences when an individual actively tries to avoid certain thoughts. First, you will start thinking about the thought you...