Edition 7

with Ian Parker, Fellow of the Society, practising psychoanalyst in Manchester and Professor of Management, University of Leicester. With online-only q+a.

Ben Harris on a 1943 book that sold 400,000 copies

…The Life Scientific with Professor Sir Michael Rutter; Incognito; Blurred Lines; and more reviews

the importance of positive risk taking and dignity of failure, with Steven Sharman; and we talk to Andy Evans about his work with performers

President’s column; Francis Report; and more

Ellen Ernst Kossek is President of the Work Family Researchers Network. Gail Kinman and Almuth McDowall ask the questions.

Joanna Brooks on the tendency to pay more attention to the left side of space, in the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices)

Robin Logie considers a therapy whose mechanism remains unexplained 25 years after it was developed.

Now recognised by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the World Health Organization as a treatment of choice for post-traumatic stress disorder, it appears that...

On the trail of the successful psychopath Sarah Francis Smith, Ashley Watts and Scott Lilienfeld

For decades, researchers and social commentators have alluded to the successful psychopath. Features associated with psychopathy such as interpersonal charm and charisma, fearlessness and a...

Beliefs about autobiographical memory and why they matter. Martin Conway, Lucy Justice and Catriona Morrison

When memory is the only evidence in, for instance, a criminal trial, how is it to be evaluated? This article shows how everyday beliefs about memory often run counter to the scientific evidence...