Edition 8

Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society

55 years since the famous amnesic’s case was first described, John P. Aggleton questions its value when debating the neuroanatomical basis of memory

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

the usual mix of books, TV, radio, exhibitions, radio and film

we hear from Ian Gargan, Chartered Psychologist and new Chair of the Society’s Representative Council; from NHS to private practice; and working in the College of Policing

President’s column; new Psychology Education Board Chair; Special Group for Independent Practitioners; Disaster, Crisis and Trauma Section; and more

Peter E. Morris and Catherine O. Fritz argue that it is worth describing and interpreting the size of effects as well as their significance [DOWNLOAD PDF FOR FIGURE]

Jon Sutton talks to occupational psychologist Emma Donaldson-Feilder

Simon McCarthy-Jones and Eleanor Longden look at what they mean and, for people who want support, what is to be done

The biological disease conception of auditory verbal hallucination holds that their causes and treatment are directed by biology alone, that their discussion is detrimental and their content...

Camilla Cookson and Joseph Casey discuss psychological and functional outcomes

Many people are affected, indirectly or directly, by stroke. With health services under considerable financial pressure, the availability of cheap, easily delivered means of encouraging a quick...