Volume 13, Number 1, 2011
Madness and Mysticism: Can a Mediaeval Narrative Inform our Understanding of Psychosis?
Characteristic Features of the Formation of Developmental Psychology in Russia during the Second Half of the Nineteenth and the First Third of the Twentieth Century
Russian and British Social Psychology in the First Third of the Twentieth Century: Interrelation or Misunderstanding?
Marina Arinina & Richard Rawles
In Praise of the One Percent
The Recent History of Concepts of 'Dangerousness' in Mental Health Law in the UK
Jacqueline M. Atkinson & Jacquie Reilly
The Use of Capacity Criteria in Mental Health Laws in the UK
Jacquie Reilly & Jacqueline M. Atkinson
A Qualitative Effort to Describe Experience Scientifically
The descriptive phenomenological method in psychology: A modified Husserlian approach
By Amedeo Giorgi
(Reviewed by Paul Sulliva)
The Controversialist as Scientific Persona
Playing with fire: The controversial career of Hans J. Eysenck.
By Roderick D. Buchanan.
(Reviewed by Michael Petti)
Psychiatry as Interprefaction
Making minds and madness: From hysteria to depression.
By Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen.
(Reviewed by Helena Mattingley)