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Every 100-page issue of On the Couch Magazine is bursting with fascinating, insightful content introducing you to the fascinating world of psychology..
Our passionate team share their knowledge with you in a collection of intriguing features and stories which creatively bring psychology to life and explain how they relate to you, those around you and your world.
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Why do you disagree?
Inside the latest issue of On the Couch we have our usual mix of features focusing on psychology, society and you. We look at the increase in crime during a summer heatwave, find out why symbols are important, explore if working from home has impacted on organisational culture, find out why as adults we find it difficult to make friends, look at the true benefits of altruism and ask what do we gain from experiencing the world? Plus more. All our single issues are only £5.99 inc FREE UK P&P
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Explore your senses
Inside our first issue of Interlude we explore our senses and the wonderful way they create a world full of vibrancy and emotions. We look at how we make sense of our world, delve into the psychology of colour and discover the wonder of aromas. Through our senses we create a complex connection to everything and everyone around us and we find out what happens when you lose your senses forever. We explore scent blindness, misophonia and ask should scent memory be used in a court as evidence?
Brain Blog: Edition 3
In this issue of our blog we find out how the rich are different from the rest of us. Look at the way manager who are narcissistic influence employee behaviour and discover why conspiracy theories are so appealing .
There are numerous factors in the sound of your voice that give meaning (conscious and unconscious), and it is helpful to think about these. You can also interpret how another person is doing by examining the tone of their voice. Here are some critical aspects of tone to consider.
Can you imagine living in our complex world without a sense of smell? Our sense of smell connects us to memories, places, and the people around us; the impact of this loss starts a journey of complex emotions.
We catch up with the charity Fifth Sense to find out how they support people who have lost their sense of smell.