Poul Rohleder, Tomás Campbell, Audrey Matthews and Jenny Petrak consider the ongoing challenges
Over the past 30 years of the HIV epidemic, many advances have been made in HIV treatment and care, and HIV is now considered to be a chronic medical condition rather than the fatal illness it...
Michael Wang, Catherine Deeprose, Jackie Andrade and Ian F. Russell ask what general anaesthesia can tell us about consciousness, learning and memory
The aim of anaesthesia is to provide a temporary state of oblivion, from which a patient will awake without memory for surgery. Unfortunately, we will show here that absence of memory for surgery...
Graham M. Davies and Gisli H. Gudjonsson run through a brief history
We hear from four psychologists about their interactions with the legal system. Also, listen to an interview with Susan van Scoyoc below.
Jon Sutton talks to Gisli Gudjonsson CBE
David Crighton introduces a special feature
The UK and many other societies operate under the rule of law, meaning simply that various forms of, often highly formal, decision making are present. Psychology as a profession and psychologists...
the latest nuggets from the Society’s free Research Digest service
avatar therapy; MyConnectome; charitable giving; new Little Albert theory; registered reports; a review of a one-day conference on scientific research with psychedelic drugs
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