The Psychologist

The Psychologist is the Society's monthly publication. With its readership over 47,000, it provides a forum for communication, discussion and debate on a wide range of psychological topics.

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Editorial

'Daddy,' said my six-year-old son on the day I finished interviewing Cordelia Fine, 'Did you know that boys go to college to get more knowledge, and girls go to Jupiter to get more stupider?' I chuckled...
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Golf: 'a good walk spoiled' (Mark Twain), or 'an interesting sport from a psychological perspective' (Jones and Lavallee, p.806)? Having tried it a couple of times, I would perhaps describe it as '...
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A special welcome to the thousands of psychology students receiving this issue free, in print and online. I hope it will serve as a great introduction to the discipline and the Society, and that you...

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'I've...seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate.  All those......

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Earlier this year, when Adrian Owen's team were all over the news following their apparently successful attempts to communicate with patients who had been classified
as in a...

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With the General Election almost upon us, we catch up with Professor Jo Silvester to talk about her work in the selection and development of politicians. Professor Silvester is...

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'Thank you to God, for making me an atheist', quipped comedian Ricky Gervais in closing his infamous hosting of the Golden Globes. I could certainly identify with that, and as a group...

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At a recent conference I attended, a speaker mentioned psychologist Denise Rousseau's project...

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Welcome to your July issue. I am delighted to have been asked by the Editor, Dr Jon Sutton, to write this editorial as your new President.
The Psychologist is...

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'We are totally devoted to them when they are little and yet the most we can expect in return when they grow up is that they regard us with bemused and tolerant affection.'
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