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The Psychologist Vol 32 No 2 February 2019

The Psychologist Vol 32 No 2 February 2019

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For those who read the magazine from back-to-front, our A to Z will be no secret, and you may not make it this far to read my defence of it as we reach its end. It's not been universally liked, and I'm the first to admit it has rather utilitarian origins. However, it did two things I feel are important, particularly in its complete form at thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/psychology-z. First, it's a snapshot of how psychology pervades our personal and professional lives; second, it hopefully whets your appetite for our huge Psychologist and Research Digest archives. It's an exercise I can imagine repeating... but not just yet. This month, seek out all manner of interviews, alongside feature articles on medication non-adherence, organisational safety, and our journalist Ella Rhodes on'the new hidden persuaders'. Also, due to unforeseen circumstances, our search for a new full-time Deputy Editor continues. If you love  magazines, websites and psychology it's a great opportunity to make a real impact. See p.55.

Dr Jon Sutton
Managing Editor
@psychmag

Letters
Surviving your PhD, Brexit and more

News
Migrant children, neuromyth, events, awards and more

Digest
From the latest journals

The new hidden persuaders
Ella Rhodes considers whether shadowy influencers are really pulling our strings

We're only human, after all
Emily Hutchinson on organisational safety

'It's a pleasure to use the word gifted in a constructive way'
We meet Paul Curran

'Psychology without compassion leaves an emptiness'
Laura Lea with a day in the life of a service-user involvement coordinator

'It's a privilege to work at Great Ormond Street'
Rachel Bryant-Waugh

Jobs in psychology
Featured job, latest vacancies

One on one
...with Simon Proudlock

Books
Including Q&As with Robin Ince and Fiona Dunkley

Culture
Conscious rap, Poirot and more

Looking back on Lucy Fildes

A to Z

 

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