Centre for the Study of Animal Well Being, Washington State University; includes online-only extras
Ronald Melzack, an author of the hugely influential gate control theory of pain, on an important paradigm shift over the last half-century.
Ian Florance talks to Daniel Müllensiefen and Sarah Carter from advertising agency DDB
the final President’s column from Gerry Mulhern; new obesity report; Doctoral Award winners; proposed special group; IAPT register; Society website; and more
a novel contribution to the theory of mind; rethinking psychosis; protecting children from violence; and more
Christian Jarrett fires some questions at David Halpern, a psychology graduate working in the corridors of power as Director of Research at the Institute for Government
Noel A. Card and Deborah M. Casper ask whether they are necessary challenges or markers of social maladjustment
Amanda C. de C. Williams talks to three people who have used their own pain to ease that of others
Christopher Eccleston explains how psychology is working to help people disabled by pain
Pain functions primarily as an alarm, working to interrupt all other concerns, goals, desires and motivations, and impose a new priority of escaping pain or its causes. For most people in most...