January 2015

Professional development opportunities aplenty.
Dorothy Miell writes.
Daryl O’Connor talks to Gail Kinman about being a twin, stress and health, and the influence of conscientiousness
John Cromby ('yes') and Vaughan Bell ('no') go 'head to head'.
Theodore Lloyd with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)
Edo Shonin, William Van Gordon and Mark D. Griffiths

There is growing interest in the applications of mindfulness in applied psychological settings. However, the speed at which it is being assimilated by Western psychological and public healthcare...

Freddy Jackson Brown and Duncan Gillard argue that it has a fundamental role to play in psychology making a difference in society.

Far from being dead, many of radical behaviourism’s ideas are at the heart of how we conceptualise and practise psychological science today. This article looks at how radical behaviourism’s views...

Graham Pluck with a story of challenge and survival for millions of young people worldwide.

So-called ‘street children’ live or work in the cities of many countries, particularly in low- and middle- income countries of Latin America, Africa and Asia. They are exposed to violence and...

A selection of the latest morsels…