Table of contents : Part 1: Theoretical and Historiographical Foundations. Z. Todd, B. Nerlich, S. McKeown, Introduction. B. Nerlich, Coming Full (Hermeneutic) Circle: The Controversy about Psychological Methods. K. Henwood, Reinventing Validity: Reflections on Principles and Practices from Beyond the Quality-Quantity Debate. Part 2: Mixing It Up. R. Harre, D. Crystal, Discursive Analysis and the Interpretation of Statistics. D.D. Clarke, 'Structured Judgement Methods' -The Best of Both Worlds? P. Stenner, R. Stainton Rogers, Q Methodology and Qualiquantology: The Example of Discriminating between Emotions. Part 3: Examples of Mixed Method Research. S. Chilton, J. Covey, L. Hopkins, M. Jones-Lee, G. Loomes, N. Pidgeon, A. Robinson, A. Spencer, Valuing the 'Value' of Life: A Case of Constructed Preference? K. Vann, M. Cole, Method and Methodology in Interpretive Studies of Cognitive Life. Z. Todd, M. Lobeck, Integrating Survey and Focus Group Research: A Case-Study of Attitudes of English and German Language Learners. Part 4: Mixed Methods Within the Discipline. A. Miller, Educational Psychology or Difficult Pupil Behaviour: Qualitative, Quantitative or Mixed Methods? P. Nicholson, Taking Quality Seriously: The Case for Qualitative Feminist Psychology in the Context of Quantitative Clinical Research on Postnatal Depression. Z. Todd, B. Nerlich, Future Directions.