the new psychology of leadership, human attention in digital environments, and more (including web-only reviews)
Matt Jarvis considers rigour and transferable skills
Sick of meetings? Jon Sutton and Abi Millar look to psychology for a cure
For many employees, meetings are an important part of their work diary. They can provide leaders with a way to communicate their vision, serve as a cornerstone of democracy and help organisations...
Richard Overy, Professor of History at the University of Exeter, in conversation with Stephen Reicher and Alex Haslam
Jerry M. Burger updates the enduring legacy of the Milgram Obedience Studies
Stanley Milgram’s widow, Alexandra Milgram, with her personal take on his life
Stephen D. Reicher and S. Alexander Haslam introduce a special feature which reconnects with Milgram’s vision for social psychology
Stanley Milgram had an epic vision for social psychology: to create strong experimental contexts that would demonstrate the power of the social world to shape individual behaviour. Consistent with...
from the European Congress of Psychology and the Division of Counselling Psychology conference (download PDF for full set of reports)