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Some of our editions are born with a theme; some achieve a theme as we're pulling them together; some have a theme thrust upon them in a last ditch attempt to write a coherent editorial. This issue falls in the latter category. The thread I'm going to follow is reputation, difference and inclusivity – perhaps not an unusual one in our pages. We say a fond farewell to fine psychologists in our obituaries pages; hear about 'academic entitlement' to special treatment in the Digest; and find Uta and Chris Frith immortalised in graphic biography form, with a consideration of the science behind reputation. We talk identity and difference with Jenny Terry and with Waveney Bushell. And we hear about a BPS presence at Pride, and the priorities of the Male Psychology Section. There's loads more, plus online extras. It's a busy time: we're reshaping both our staff and honorary teams, and gearing up for the lauch of our improved website and app. All this, and a special July/August issue to come…
Dr Jon Sutton
Plan S and the cobra effect; stories; sci comm; dyslexia; and more
Awards, policy work, student conference, gravity
Navigation, entitled students, extraverts, podcast and more
Life ‘unplugged’ with Depersonalisation Disorder
Joe Perkins discusses how his life has been impacted, with Emma Cernis
Uta Frith and Chris Frith spoke at the Royal Institution around the launch of their ‘graphic biography’
Help yourself by helping others
Nishat Babu on volunteering, including through work
'We need the BPS to understand who we are'
Our editor meets Jenny Terry, Chair of PsyPAG
'I kept thinking that I will feel better soon'
Claire Foster, Professor Psychosocial Oncology, on her work
'Our difference was really magnified'
Waveney Bushell in conversation with Melernie Meheux
Inclusivity is critical
We meet Elizabeth Bates, Chair of the Society's Male Psychology Section
Jobs in psychology
Featured job, latest vacancies
Trauma-informed forensic psychology with Kerry Daynes; ambivalence; and more
Still Parents exhibition; Psychology in the classrooom; Severance
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