In this online-only contribution to the special issue, Luke A. Jones asks whether brain time is the same as clock time.
Ian Florance talks to Jean Gross CBE & to Tom Stafford (University of Sheffield) – academic, author, blogger and more
Includes President's Column, guidance on the use of social media, new Honorary Fellows and Life Member, and more
Includes web-only reviews
David J. Cooke and Lorraine Johnstone on preventing violence in institutions
Violence prevention is a key role for psychologists working in forensic settings. The last decade has witnessed dramatic improvements in approaches to risk management. Psychologists, by training...
Jon Sutton investigates where Lego and psychology intersect
Penelope A. Lewis and Warren H. Meck argue that the importance of timing leads the brain to protect against damage to the system – while we sleep
Our ability to measure time persists in the face of a wide variety of neural insults. In combination with the large array of neural structures that have been shown to activate during timing tasks...
Ruth Ogden and Catharine Montgomery on the effect of drugs on the perception of time
Time rarely feels like it is passing at a constant rate; instead it expands and contracts from one activity to the next. Never is this more true than when under the influence of drugs or alcohol....