Edition 4

The Midlands Psychology Group introduce a special issue dedicated to the theme of 'austerity'

Neoliberal ‘austerity’ programmes – favoured by many governments across the globe since the ‘Great Recession’ of 2007 – add up to a toxic regime for the mind and body of the ordinary citizen. So...

a new gameplan for psychological science; young female power; cognitive therapy; confidence intervals; vampire symposium; and more

the ‘youth bias’, the eccentricity/art relationship, and our farewell to Christian, in the latest from our free Research Digest (see www.researchdigest.org.uk/blog)

the ‘stressed sex’ debate continues; call for formation of a Royal College of Psychologists; Putin – the naked truth; dementia; and more

crudely erased adults: A.R. Hopwood’s false memory archive (centre-page pull-out)

The H.L. Carr Chaired Professor of Developmental Psychology, Cornell University

… and the usual mix of books and other media reviews, including The Silence of Animals, trauma and creativity online guide, Psychology, Mental Health and Distress, and building a virtual brain.

we talk to Richard Bidder about his work for occupational psychology consultancy Catalyst; and Christopher Hunt tells us about volunteering in Sri Lanka

Christopher D. Green and his team are taking the history of psychology into the digital realm, producing surprising insights

President’s Column; BPS Scotland; Health and Care Professions Council; and more