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The Psychologist is the official monthly publication of The British Psychological Society. It serves as a forum for communication, discussion and debate on a range of psychological topics. We aim to publish the same kind of information normally found in academic journals, but in a form suitable for our wide-ranging non-specialist audience: The Psychologist is read by more than 49,000 Society members, and around 1,000 non-members (including many journalists). We welcome contributions from psychologists in all areas of the discipline, written in an informative and engaging style. Articles may provide a broad overview of a particular area or issue, review the literature, include some original research, discuss theory, or debate applied issues and practical and professional problems. We do not publish articles based on research that has not been accepted for publication following peer review: i.e. we are attempting to be a magazine, not a journal.
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