December 2019

‘Big Brain Revolution: Artificial Intelligence – Spy or Saviour?’ (Austin Macauley Publishers) by Michelle Tempest, reviewed by Dr Joshua Bourne.
We hear from Natalie Leach, Head of Custodial Psychological Services at Serco.
Editor Jon Sutton introduces a collection on living with allergy and anaphylaxis.
Ella Rhodes speaks to Dr Frances Maratos.
Two new forums for British Psychological Society members.
Ella Rhodes reports on the British Psychological Society’s priority for 2020, voted for at the Senate.
Emma Young digests the research to suggest five ways to raise the resilient child, then we bring you our top content from the archive on resilience.
Ian Florance interviews Paul Grantham, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Founder/ Director of SDS Seminars.

During the last 30 years Paul Grantham’s company, SDS Seminars Ltd, has been involved in training over 150,000 mental health professionals. In Paul’s own words, ‘over that period, everything...

The Guilty Feminist: From our Noble Goals to our Worst Hypocrisies by Deborah Frances-White (Virago Press; £14.99) and Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Created for Men by Caroline Criado Perez (Penguin Random House; £16.99) reviewed by Annie Brookman-Byrne, Deputy Editor.
Five children review Why Your Parents Are Driving You Up the Wall and What To Do About It (Penguin) by Dean Burnett.