Publications

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The Division of Occupational Psychology Work-Life Balance Working Group Newsletter is a new publication reporting on projects that the Working Group undertake.

 

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Special issue: Conference special

The newsletter, part of the Division of Occupational Psychology's Member Engagement Campaign, is a source of information about the Division, forthcoming events,...
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Conscientisation and the ontology of personhood in Latin American liberation psychology
Wayne R. Dykstra

Disciplining the depressed? Considering contemporary...

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A personal view of the history of clinical psychology in Northern Ireland
Jim Patten

Greasing fortune's wheel
Terry Bayles

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Down and out in the East End of London: Defining a role for the clinical psychologist working with single homeless people
Mark Rapley, John Balazs and Mary Burd

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Never mind the width, measure the quality
Eamonn D. Wilde and P.O. Svanberg

Psychologists and teams - Has death already occurred?
Jean K....

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Editorial
Craig Newnes

Epilepsy - A family burden?
Elizabeth Anderson and Robert Barton

A drop-in clinic for under fives...

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Design for a post-behaviourist clinical psychology
David Smail

Consciousness raising and social identity theory: A challenge to normalisation...

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In the beginning was the word
Chin K. Li

'Breaking in': Seeking institutional recognition for the psychology of women
Sue Wilkinson

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The role of psychological factors in adaptation to spinal cord injury: An investigation of the application of a functional paradigm
Clive Glass

A research...