This journal is published by British Psychological Society publications. PSIGE is an acronym for ‘Psychology Special Interest Group for the Elderly’ now renamed as the Faculty for the Psychology of Older People.
The journal is edited by two members of the National FPOP Committee, Nerisha Singh and Sam Roberts with help from committee colleagues, and includes research papers, literature reviews, case studies, and commentaries which are relevant to the psychology of older adults.
The journal contains contributions from psychologists and other professionals working with older people across the UK . It is published 4 times a year (January, April, July and October) with occasional special editions to reflect FPOP’s workstreams. For example, there have been special editions on Driving with Dementia and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).
The journal is available to all FPOP members and copies over 12 months old can be accessed in pdf format by clicking on this link.
Contributions or enquiries about contributing should be directed to the editors via email or through this website. You should expect to hear some feedback within 3 months. Contributions are welcome from qualified and pre-qualification psychologists, and from others who are involved in psychological approaches to old age.
This journal is published by British Psychological Society publications. PSIGE is an acronym for ‘Psychology Special Interest Group for the Elderly’
2016-01-14 : Issue Number 1