January 2022

Professor Hugh Koch discusses the psychology of writing his memoirs.
Bi The Way: The bisexual guide to life, by Lois Shearing (Jessica Kingsley Publishers), reviewed Thomas York.

Bi culture is the culture of being hated and rejected by both the ‘normal’ heterosexual world and LGBT community yet still fighting for fighting for the rights and prosperity of all... - Anonymous...

The New World of Work: Shaping a future that helps people, organizations and our societies to thrive, by Peter Cheese (Kogan Page), reviewed by Emily Hutchinson.
A Treasure Box for Creating Trauma-Informed Organizations, by Karen Treisman (Jessica Kingsley Publishers), reviewed by Dr Jo Kirk.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes hears from psychologists with evidence-based tips…
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Judith Eberhardt, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Teesside University.
Emma Young digests the research.
In order to advance our discipline, we sometimes need to change the way the profession thinks of its central variables. We currently need to adjust our notion of personality to emphasise the routines of habit, argues Peter Warr.
Rachael Simms-Moore was one of the lucky few – so why didn’t she feel it? A journey to understand and cope took her towards psychology.
Ingrid Covington meets Professor Herminia Ibarra to talk identity and transition across our working lives.