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Archive - 2014

Volume 27 - Part 9 - (September 2014)

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Special issue: A brave new world for psychology? - How do hallucinogens work on the brain? - Cultures of chemically induced hallucinations - When the trip doesn’t end - Viewpoints: Experiences of hallucinogen treatment - Eye on fiction: Heavenly and hellish - writers on hallucinogens - Looking Back: A brief history of psychedelic psychiatry - Big Picture: A window to the soul - Letters - News - Digest - Society - Careers: A public and private trip to understand the mind - Reviews - One on one… with Valerie Curran

Volume 27 - Part 8 - (August 2014)

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Creative Britain - The end of dyslexia? - Does executive coaching work? - Smarter thinking in sport - Interview: Defeating aliens with critical thinking - Big Picture: ‘I’m no different’ - Letters - News - Digest - New voices: Who am I and what can I achieve? - Society - Careers - Reviews - Looking back: Freud, the libido and oxytocin - One on one... with Tom Dickins

Volume 27 - Part 7 - (July 2014)

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Beyond the mythology of war - The cycle-ology of the Tour - Beliefs about autobiographical memory - On the trail of the elusive successful psychopath - EMDR - more than just a therapy for PTSD? - New voices: to the left - pseudoneglect - Big picture: Getting brain cells working - Letters - News - Digest - Interview: Striking a balance - Society - Careers - Reviews - Looking back: Psychology to win the war and make a better peace - One on one… with Ian Parker

Volume 27 - Part 6 - (June 2014)

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Being a Man - putting life before death - Opinion: The Scottish question - A tapestry of oppression - Psychology, men and cancer - Are mental health services inherently feminised? - Engaging with the emotional lives of men - Looking Back: Masculinity and mental health - the long view - Big Picture: Time rolls on - Letters - News - Digest - Interview: From 'year Dot' to the future - Society - Careers - Reviews - One on one... with Elizabeth Peel

Volume 27 - Part 5 - (May 2014)

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For those psychologists about to rock… - Is video game violence bad? - Are we all paranoid? - Methods: Science in the wild - Living with severe food allergy - 'You may say I'm a dreamer…' - New voices: Reflections on writing my first textbook - Interview: The accidental academic - Big Picture: Going underground - Letters - News - Digest - Society - Careers - Reviews - Looking back: Every believer is also a disbeliever - One on One...with Lois Holzman

Volume 27 - Part 4 - (April 2014)

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Charting ‘the mind and body economic' - Austerity in the university - Inequality and the next generation - Neoliberal austerity and unemployment - The impact of austerity on a British council estate - New Voices: Personality - at the heart of health - Big Picture: Crudely erased adults - Letters - News - Digest - Interview: Kiva - against Bullying - Society - Careers - Looking back: PsyBorgs on the loose! - Reviews - One on one… with Stephen J. Ceci

Volume 27 - Part 3 - (March 2014)

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Voices of the vulnerable - Humanitarian work psychology - The times they are a-changin’ - Secular ecstasies - Interview: ‘People have been ignoring the body for a long time’ - New Voices: Is it time for ‘active’ procrastination? - Big Picture: Art in the asylum - Letters - News - Digest - Society - Careers - Reviews - Looking back: Out from the shadows - One on one... with Shira Elqayam

Volume 27 - Part 2 - (February 2014)

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Improving aircraft safety - What intelligence tests miss - The stressed sex? - New Voices: Breaking free – prisoners and mental health - Society - Careers - Reviews - Looking Back: The possessions at Loudun - One on one...with Terry Dovey - Big Picture: Waking a sleepy syllabus - Letters - News - Digest - Interview with Marinus van IJzendoorn

Volume 27 - Part 1 - (January 2014)

Logon Required - Society Members' Only Volume 27 - Part 1 - (January 2014)

Mid Staffordshire Hospital Report - Wishful seeing - New Voices Parental alienation – time to notice, time to intervene - Eye on fiction: Capturing the experience of homophobia - Society news extra - Big picture - Letters - News - Digest - Interview An Anomalistic Psychologist - Society - Careers - Reviews - Looking Back: Interpreting lobotomy – the patients’ stories - One on One…with Fehmidah Munir

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