September 2015

Ian Florance talks to Camilla Sanger.
Tina Rae on her work as an educational and child psychologist.
Mike Aitken Deakin addresses the thousands of new undergraduates getting this issue free, urging them to enjoy the experience and get what they want out of it.
Books from the September issue.
The new film, directed by Asif Kapadia, reviewed.
Lance Workman questions Richard Stevens on the Open University, consciousness, happiness and more.
Image by LTL/Malcolm Cochrane with comment from Dr Jenny Gibson (University of Cambridge). Download PDF for poster.
Katherine Woolf, Henry Potts, Josh Stott, Chris McManus, Amanda Williams and Katrina Scior consider evidence on selection into the healthcare professions.

The biggest hurdle to becominga clinical psychologist, doctor or other healthcare professional is getting onto a training course – once accepted nearly all trainees qualify to practise. It...

Ciarán Mc Mahon considers the psychology behind Facebook and more.

It has been around a decade since social networking websites first entered public consciousness – now they seem like an indispensable part of daily life for many of us. What has...

Marc Smith reconceptualises academic resilience in schools.

Despite the growth of so-called non-cognitive skills interventions in schools, such as resilience training, there often exists a degree of dissonance regarding the definition of such terms...