June 2015

Leading neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reflects on mistakes, mystery and the mind.

 ‘Every surgeon carries about him a little cemetery, in which from time to time he goes to pray, a cemetery of bitterness and regret, of which he seeks the reason for certain of his failures...

Angela Carter looks to a better understanding of young people by employers.

Despite a small fall in the overall unemployment rate, nearly one million under-25s are unemployed. Recent work by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR, 2014) found that the traditional...

Anna Ruddle and Sarah Dilks consider whether therapists should talk about themselves in therapy.

As psychologists, we are increasingly encouraged to work as equal partners with people to overcome problems or facilitate recovery, as defined by the individual. There is an emphasis on the common...

Marc Abrahams, Guardian columnist and founder of the Ig Nobel prizes, with more research to make you smile and think.
Jon Sutton reports on a milestone for the Twins Early Development Study (with Thalia Eley Q+A).
The latest selection from the Society's blog.
Marion Coutts wins
Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and author Fiona Neill to appear in a session hosted by our editor.
A letter from our June issue.