November 2019

Ella Rhodes reports from a joint British Academy / British Psychological Society lecture, from Professor Rhiannon Turner.
Selected advice from Paul Penn, taken from his new book ‘The Psychology of Effective Studying' (Routledge).

The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change. – Carl Rogers.

Ella Rhodes reports on a new website from Durham's Hearing the Voice project.
Our editor Jon Sutton reports from the annual meeting of the British Psychological Society's Psychobiology Section.
An extract from 'Autism: A new introduction to psychological theory and current debate', by Sue Fletcher-Watson and Francesca Happé (out now on Routledge).
In an evolving reflection on book writing, Emily Hutchinson tells us how it all started.
Rachel Batchelor on the challenges facing the ‘forgotten’ brothers and sisters of seriously ill children.

Siblings can shape our character, share so many experiences with us and may know us better than anyone. Healthy sibling relationships are associated with lower levels of depression and more...

Windy Dryden (pictured left) introduces a chat with Moshe Talmon.