Monday, 23 April 2007


For when you've had enough of journal articles:

Apparently the Danes are the happiest people in Europe - can they teach us their secrets?

Has neuroscience made psychology redundant?

Is there any psychological science involved in jury selection? Psychology Today News Editor, Matt Hutson, who wrote this piece, told us: "Yes, the practice of jury selection is evolving, becoming more rigorous and sophisticated thanks to social scientists and statisticians - but it's still largely based on gut and chance. And sometimes all it takes is a juror with haemorrhoids to throw off your whole game".

What is it like to have schizophrenia?

If you've spotted a freely-available psychology-related magazine or newspaper article on the web, or indeed if you've written one, please get in touch.

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