The June issue of The Psychologist has been made freely available online and has articles on psychology in virtual worlds, sibling rivalry, the neuroscience of giftedness and Albert Bandura’s plan to apply psychology to global problems.
The interface is a little bit clunky (you need to click on a page to see it in readable size) but gives you the full layout of the magazine as it appears in print.
The main articles start here and kick off with one on psychology (and, indeed, psychologists) in virtual worlds, but I always turn to the news section first and it’s a great place for quick updates and summaries of interesting new studies from the last month.
Link to June edition of The Psychologist.
Full disclosure: I’m an occasional columnist and unpaid associate editor of The Psychologist and I want to look like Albert Bandura when I’m fully grown up. True.
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And I have a book review in this issue