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From The Psychologist
An image from an inmate at HM Prison Winchester, courtesy of the Koestler Trust, leads a collection of articles on psychology in prisons.
Society representative on the Law Commission report on fitness to plead tests.medico-legal assessmentPages: 170-177
‘We all work for a common purpose’ Pages: 240
Philip J. Corr on the life and work of Hans J. Eysenck.EysenckPages: 234-239
Steven Brown (Glasgow Caledonian University) reflects on a PhD defined by conflict.Pages: 220-223
Naomi Moller and Victoria Clarke explore embryo donation and voluntary childlessness, ahead of their Society seminar series.Pages: 204-209
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