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Some months, I find it relatively easy to plot a path through the issue. A clear theme or map emerges. Other times, it feels like I can only throw a mish-mash of mysteries at you and trust that some of it will stick.
Sure, there’s a hattrick of interviews around climate change, but perhaps it’s the theme of change more broadly which continues throughout the issue, as we hear from several psychologists looking to change our understanding about people, the world, and the potential impact of our discipline.
And there’s our cover feature, on the allure of mysteries. Elizabeth Michaelson Monaghan concludes that what she likes best about them is the ‘promise of more’. The magazine is increasingly just a snapshot of what we – what you – are producing on a daily basis. So throughout this edition you’ll find that promise of much more on our website… I hope that proves to be alluring.
Please do connect via email or Twitter, with ideas for topics and authors.
Dr Jon Sutton
Race, cultural identity, From the President and more
Student mental health, honours, awards, event reports and more
Awe walks, astronauts and much more
‘Almost every area of psychology has something to contribute to addressing climate change’
‘I took my turn on Friday to be arrested’
Rosie Jones on peaceful protest, the law and regulation
‘You build in, rather than tack on, change’
Ian Florance meets Helen Keyes, a cognitive psychologist and ‘traffic psychologist at heart’
The allure of mysteries
Elizabeth Michaelson Monaghan meets researchers
Chronic pain acceptance does not equal accepting chronic pain
‘You have to put your trust in the psychologist’
Dominic Barrett on his recovery, with Caroline Clare
Jobs in psychology
Featured job, latest vacancies
‘Women fight victim blaming every step of the way’
Jessica Taylor on her book
Mia Scotland and Michelle Cree in conversation on birth trauma; non-binary lives; and much more
‘We have a responsibility to go beyond sport’
Pete Olusoga and Hugh Gilmore chat about their podcast, Eighty Percent Mental
Dick Johnson is Dead; I Made This For You; and more
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