Volume 15, No 3, 2008
How we are: News, views and information:
- The elusive schizophrenia ‘gene’
- Depression and physical ill health
- Depression and diabetes
- How mothers influence fathers over kids
- Dominant personalities
- Healthcare outcomes
- Cannabis and psychosis
- Easing up on science
- Music, emotion and autism
- Fair play
- Molar memories: a protocol
- Dementia: what helps and what doesn’t
- Traditional healers
- Tip of the tongue phenomenon
- Why girls ask for help
The shifting sands of the Dialogue
Sticking to what’s in vogue blinkers us to what’s real, says Pat Williams.
Just how many books do we need?
Pat Williams wonders about psychology self-help.
A feel for other minds
Babies know much more about minds than given credit for, says Vasudevi Reddy. And we can learn from each other.
Handle with care
Aric Sigman explains why children need to do things with their hands to develop their brains.
The inclusive classroom
Mike Beard describes an innovative experiment in learning.
Twisting the truth: why the mass media misinform
Nick Davies tells Ivan Tyrrell why we can’t reliably believe what we read in newspapers or see or hear on news broadcasts.
The human givens workplace
Keith Abrahams shows how he has applied the human givens approach in the company he manages, with great results.
A cloud lifted…
Frances Masters trod a rocky road to become a counsellor, before she discovered the human givens approach.
Supervision: a positive approach
We have taken a fresh look at supervision. Denise Winn explains.
PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters.