Edition 2

Founder of the Oliver Zangwill Centre, Honorary Consultant Psychologist. Includes online only questions.

Oliver Robinson on the history of the idiographic/nomothetic debate

Clare Allely with the neurological and anecdotal evidence to suggest we really can feel others’ pain. To contribute to ‘New voices’, see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices

we meet counselling psychologist Michael Sinclair and educational psychologist Julia Busch Hansen; and the featured job

President’s column; Lifetime Achievement Award; POSTnote; media training; Leveson Inquiry; out now in BPS journals; and more

understanding madness; music cognition; social development; marriage and family therapy; and more

Thom Baguley on the difference between statistically significant and non-significant effects

Jo Green (University of York) talks to Jon Sutton about birth and more

Paul Ibbotson discusses an emerging radical view of language acquisition

If there ever was a time when language was seen as a medium we could use without paying too much attention to it, then that time is over – we no longer take language for granted. The medium has...

Charlie Frowd, Faye C. Skelton, Chris Atherton and Peter J.B. Hancock. Download PDF for figures.

How can we construct a suspect’s face that people, such as police officers and members of the public, can accurately name? Traditional methods involve witnesses selecting individual facial...