Edition 9

living with congenital heart disease: Liza Morton with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)

the usual mix of books and other media reviews, including two films from the Cannes Film Festival

Ian Florance talks psychometrics, economics and the relational company with Roy Childs; and Jessica Deol outlines her role as an assistant psychologist at the Walton Centre and presents a typical case

President’s column; Lifetime Achievment Award; Strategic Plan consultation; Psychology Education Award; forensic psychology awards; work–life balance; and more

Jessie Baldwin, a psychology graduate from Warwick University, met Oliver Sacks – physician, best-selling author, and professor of neurology and psychiatry

Romana Farooq and Imran Abbas look at the challenges and benefits of doing research with ethnic minorities

Giving ‘voice’ and ‘choice’ to clients who access psychological services is fundamental to the work of psychologists. But what happens when the ‘voices’ of some groups are not heard and the ‘...

Clare Allely wonders whether the parallels might lead to novel therapy

Numerous parental and anecdotal clinical reports, including some research studies, have highlighted that unusual eating behaviours and habits are often present in children with autistic spectrum...

Richard Stephens leads us through a colourful research journey

Liverpool FC manager Bill Shankly once said, ‘Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more...

Are ‘these troubled times’ having an impact on how you research, teach or practise psychology? We asked, you responded, opening with the Committee of the Society’s Community Psychology Section.

we report from Stockholm, venue for the 13th Congress of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations