Uta Frith introduces a special issue
Big picture: Alien invasion
Picture by William Tipple, with comment from Professor Uta Frith. Download PDF for poster.
Autism – myth and reality
Christian Jarrett talks to researchers, people with autism and their relatives, to find out what autism is really like
Combining the old and the new
Jon Brock looks at Bayesian and predictive coding accounts of autistic cognition
Risk and resilience in the developing brain
Mayada Elsabbagh looks at lessons from autism
New Voices: What is autism, anyway?
Eilidh Cage with the latest in our series for budding writers (see www.bps.org.uk/newvoices for more information)
Interview with Francesca Happé
Editor Jon Sutton meets a creative, interpersonal, social scientist to talk about autism, DSM-5, women in science, and more
Looking in: My son’s not Rainman
John Williams on being a parent of ‘The Boy’ with autism
Eye on fiction: Generic images of autism
Douwe Draaisma on stereotypes in novels, films and real life
Careers: 'Autism can be of a positive type'
we meet Stella Acquarone as part of our autism special issue; Aidan Horner on his ‘negative CV’; and Nick Hatton on an unusual PhD setting
Looking back: A continuing journey
Patricia Howlin considers where more than 70 years of research and intervention has left us in understanding autism
One on one… with Simon Baron-Cohen
‘Stories of forgiveness are inspiring to me’ (includes online extras)
News: Halving violence by 2044
Today's featured article from the archive:
How do European and US psychology differ?
Michael W. Eysenck offers his viewpoint on the differences between European and American psychology;
Neil Martin on why and how European publishers are taking on the American heavyweights;
Monique Anderson interviews Tuomo Tikkanen, President of the European Federation of Professional Psychologists Associations (EFPPA), to hear about European psychology and the role of EFPPA within it.