The first of a new series focusing on the person in psychological research and practice.
Chris Goodey on how the archaic concepts of ‘honour’ and ‘grace’ may be the very foundations of psychological inquiry
counting on language in numerical thinking: Cassie Barton with the latest in our series for budding writers
President’s column; sexual and gender minority guidelines; Big Bang; work–life balance; DSM-5; expert witnesses; Gordon Allport prize; and more
mental models in the novel; modern CBT; dyslexia; House and psychology; and more, including web-only reviews
Alison Lee, from her perspective in neuropsychology, argues that psychologists need to get to know their participants
Daniel Regan looks at an evidence-based strategy for reducing harmful drinking
Social anxiety in higher education Phil Topham and Graham Russell
Although anxiety is accepted as part of the learning process, there is little thought given to the impact of social anxiety. Yet social anxiety in learning situations such as seminars and...