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The Psychologist Vol 28 No 7 July 2015

The Psychologist Vol 28 No 7 July 2015

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Beyond the 'average' adolescent
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore's keynote kicks off our extensive coverage from the Society's Annual Conference, held in Liverpool in May

It's not just cricket
As the Ashes comes to England, Jamie Barker and Matt Slater consider the psychology at play

The monster mind
Jonathan Myers considers why we see monsters, and what form they take

Reaching out to the 'Untouchables'
Paul Ghuman gives a psychological perspective on Dalit resistance and identity

New voices: Helpful categorisation or limiting label?
Caitlin Cherry with the latest in our series


Queen's speech; citations; Pint of Science; gay marriage; and more

President's column; Work Capability Assessment; Walk the Talk; and more


For mindful teaching of mindfulness; EU referendum; educational psychology trainees; the two-fold nature of autism; therapist self-disclosure; who teaches the teachers?; and more


Why it's a mistake to seek control of your life through solitude; is CBT for depression losing its efficacy?; metalheads from the 80s are thriving; why do children stick their tongues out when they are concentrating?; and more, in the latest from our free Research Digest


Five minutes with newly-elected MP psychologist Lisa Cameron

With clinical psychologist Fleur-Michelle Coiffait

We meet Susan Golombok, and hear from Sangita Bhandari on her work with a UK education charity in Nepal

One on one
With Willem Kuyken, University of Oxford


Defining Beauty: The Body in Ancient Greek Art, at the British Museum; Fiona Neill's The Good Girl reviewed ahead of her appearance with Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore as part of 'The Psychologist presents...' at Latitude Festival; The Aging Mind; The Enfield Haunting; Every Brilliant Thing; and more

Looks back

What passes between client and therapist?
Stephanie Cobb with three perspectives on transference and countertransference

21 years ago
Go to for our archive, including disastrous decisions!

Big picture

Centre-page pull-out a lonely disorder: image by Brad Fox and words by Rob Willson


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