trauma; psychology and catholicism; educational psychology; gerontology; and cluttering
Abi Millar talks to Frank Bond about occupational health psychology, acceptance and commitment therapy, and more
Christina Richards calls for reader injunctions as a useful addition to the methodologies of the human and natural sciences
Researchers in both quantitative and qualitative science are often reminded that they must be aware of the possible ways in which their own assumptions, biases and beliefs may influence the design...
Marie Johnston, John Weinman and Angel Chater introduce a special feature to mark the founding of the Society’s Health Psychology Section 25 years ago
The Health Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society was inaugurated in December 1986. This special feature celebrates progress during those 25 years. An introduction by the founding...
Owen Hughes sees opportunities for psychologists to become more involved in public affairs in Wales
nuggets from the Society’s Research Digest
more on the Stapel scientific fraud case; schizophrenia commission; Royal Society archive; Steven Pinker talks; career progression for women; Francesca Happé on autism
the most important problems in neuroscience; science and art; the NHS; psychology in France; standards of proficiency; hypnosis; psychodynamic therapy in New York; organisational effectiveness; and more