Books from our November issue.
Words by Natalia Kucirkova (Open University), image by Open University. Download PDF for poster.
Kate Johnstone reviews a Martin McDonagh play from the Royal Court Theatre.
Ben Shephard considers our discipline’s involvement, on all sides.
Ian Florance interviews Siobhan O’Neill, around her policy work on suicide and self-harm.
Karen M. Zabrucky (Professor of Psychology at Georgia State University) describes how a tragic incident influenced her career as a cognitive psychologist.
Jamie Hacker Hughes writes.
Steven MacDonald with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information).
Cary Cooper tells Gail Kinman about his efforts to change occupational culture through wide dissemination of psychological theory and research.
Warren Mansell and Timothy A. Carey introduce a theory dating back to the 1950s that is increasingly touted as revitalising the behavioural sciences.
William T. Powers’ perceptual control theory claims to offer principles applicable to the behaviour of all living things, yet it has received only modest attention from the behavioural...