Edition 5

…with Almuth McDowall, Lecturer at the University of Surrey

Elizabeth Valentine on psychologists and psychical research between the wars

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

death of a soldier; blogs from Dorothy Bishop and Tal Yarkoni; ‘Brainstorm’ at Islington Community Theatre; Bedtime Live; plus exhibitions, apps and more

we meet health psychologist Rory O’Connor; Terry Sexton tells us of his journey from building site to psychology; and Nisa Shahul Hameed considers a challenging path into the profession

President’s column; Award for Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions; and more

John Marzillier on Kevin Powers’ novel and what it can teach us about trauma

Lucy Maddox talks to writer, philosopher, television presenter and entrepreneur Alain de Botton

Gaby Pfeifer looks at reading and memorising in the internet era

Using the internet or other information communication technology to acquire information has become common practice. However, reading online changes the way we process and memorise the unbounded...

Brian K. Barber suggests how research could better assess the impact of war on young people,

Historically, young people have consistently been involved in political conflict. This has been especially apparent in recent years with the uprisings in the Middle East. It is important to...