‘Psychological responsibility’; thoughts on the DSM-5 debate; assistant psychologists; clinical training; male suicide; and more
Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology, Keele University, and winner of the Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Kieran McNally looks at psychology, schizophrenia, and the making of a modern concept
The usual mix of books and other media reviews, including a review of Robin Rosenberg’s book Our Superheroes, Ourselves
we talk to Rhonda Cohen Head of the London Sport Institute at Middlesex University; and to environmental psychologist Birgitta Gatersleben; and third-year PhD student Mark Taylor turns the tables on his supervisor Angelica Ronald
President’s column; Presidents’ Award 2013; Self-help books on prescription; AllTrials Campaign; and more
Christopher C. French navigates the outer limits as he considers how psychologists should respond to extraordinary claims. And listen to our interview with Chris.
How should a fair-minded rational person respond when confronted with claims of apparently superhuman abilities? Is it wise to simply reject any such claims that exceed your personal assessment of...
Catriona Morrison (University of Leeds) talks to mnemonists and those in the field as she considers whether it’s a blessing or curse