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The American author Henry Miller wrote of travel: 'One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.' Not everyone has their eyes opened: the footballer Ian Rush, on returning from a stint with Juventus, supposedly complained that 'it was like living in a foreign country'. So what does the research evidence say? Does time spent immersed in a foreign culture fundamentally change us? Turn to Dinsa Sachan's review to ï¬nd out.
Elsewhere, I would point you to Michelle Ryan's 'shelï¬e' in our Books section; a 'One on one' with Rumina Taylor; and an ethical discussion on p.36. There's also folk illusions, parents and schoolwork, and interviews on work-life balance, and on a fascinating role in the Mayor's Ofï¬ce.
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Sexual Offences Act; and more
Disclosure; awards; research; and more
How sentient is this mouse?
Helen Cassaday poses an ethical dilemma, provides her view and seeks responses
A broad experience
Dinsa Sachan on how foreign living shapes us
Folk illusions - more than child's play
Clai Rice and Brandon Barker
'They could take off the uniform when they got home, but couldn't remove the armour'
Gail Kinman and Kevin Teoh meet Christina Maslach
We meet Paul Dawson, Head of Research in the Mayor's Ofï¬ce for Policing and Crime
Jobs in psychology
Featured job, latest vacancies
One on one...
...with Rumina Taylor
With 'off piste' student reading
Fatherland, Queer monologues
A to Z