Edition 4

Ian Parker on increasing pressure and emotional labour at work for academics in times of crisis

The current economic crisis comes at a time of deregulation of public services and privatisation of the education sector. The dominant ‘neoliberal’ response to the crisis that seeks to place...

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)