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The Psychologist Vol 33 No 4 April 2020

The Psychologist Vol 33 No 4 April 2020

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Our March issue received what you might call a mixed reaction on social media. There’s a lot I could, and indeed did, say about this, including continuing the discussions offline where possible. Engaging has been useful, and has raised fascinating questions around what The Psychologist / the Society / psychology / science are and should be, and who gets to shape that.

Several people urged us to ‘stick to science’ in our pages. We’re still pondering what this actually means, particularly for a magazine which unapologetically features psychologists, their identities, beliefs, motivations, interests…

It’s our usual mix of the professional and personal this month, including a special on vision and perception research (‘science’?!). We also consider how The Psychologist and Research Digest have changed while Catherine Loveday has been Chair of our Advisory Committee (p.26). She’s done so much for us, and for me in a good chunk of my 20 (yikes) years in post. Thank you Catherine!

Dr Jon Sutton
Managing Editor
@psychmag

Letters
Racism

Obituaries

News
Conference keynotes

Digest
Vision

‘The magazine is you’
Editor Jon Sutton chats with Advisory Committee Chair Catherine Loveday

Reflecting on mirror writing
Robert McIntosh and Sergio Della Sala revisit the most viewed articles in our history

‘Your brain is revealing the building blocks of everyday experience’
Ella Rhodes collates contributions on vision and perception, from Alex Shepherd, Andrew Schofield, Catherine Manning, Holly Bridge, Marko Nardini, Jason Braithwaite, Punit Shah and Christopher Baker

Dreams and their relationship with waking emotion
Nikolay Petrov and Oliver Robinson

Ghosts of patients past
Katy Mitchell on unknown endings

Remaining with death
Khyati Tripathi with a personal journey into death studies

‘Are you okay?’
Annie Hickox on having a daughter with depression, and sharing their story as a psychologist

Towards ‘smart justice’
We meet Geraldine O’Hare

Jobs in psychology
Featured job, latest vacancies

Books
The art of statistics, body image and more

Culture
American Factory, Parasite, Van Gogh and more

One on one
Nothando Ngwenya

 

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