Edition 2

…with Anita Rose

David Pilgrim offers an alternative to radical constructionism and naive realism

Rachel Wu with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)

a philosophical review of The Hobbit; Science Club; apps, books, and more in our section covering psychology in any form of media

we hear from Bryan McCrae about the psychology of sales; Aon Dillon on the concept of autonomy; and Kay Buckby on her work in management training

Includes President's Column, Award for Excellence in Psychology Education, Lifetime Achievement and more

Victoria Clarke and Virginia Braun look at overcoming challenges and developing strategies for effective learning

Jon Sutton interviews Andrea Burri, psychologist and genetic epidemiologist

Nick Wattie and Joseph Baker on relative age and its influence on human development

While relating one’s birthdate with health and development may sound like astrology, researchers in a range of fields (e.g. education, medicine, sport) have consistently demonstrated that this...

Usha Goswami, winner of the Society’s Presidents’ Award, examines difficulties in ‘temporal sampling’

Rhythmic timing is important in speech. Great poems with metrical rhythms illustrate this well – think of Auden’s ‘This is the night mail, crossing the border, Bringing the cheque and the postal...