Our editor Jon Sutton reviews Jon Ronson's new book, 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed'.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes reviews 'How I learned to drive' at the Southwark Playhouse, and the post-performance discussion with Claudia Hammond and Dr Lucy Maddox.
From the March issue, including foreign accent syndrome. Includes online extras.
The SAM App, developed by the University of the West of England.
Emma Norris (University College London) reviews a Channel 4 offering; includes comment from contributing psychologist Dr Sam Wass.
Some extra book reviews.
A TED talk from Daniele Quercia
Mike Bender provides a critique of Lisa Genova’s novel Still Alice, the film adaptation of which is out in March.
Our journalist Ella Rhodes reports from an unusual synaesthetic event.
Nick Hartley reviews a new radio show and podcast.
Vaughan Bell reviews the new Tom Stoppard play at the National Theatre.
Professor Steve Reicher (University of St Andrews) reviews the BBC Two drama The Eichmann Show.
Some online exclusives.
A round-up of other reviews from the February issue.
Emeritus Professor Patrick Rabbitt reviews Working Memory and Ageing, by Robert Logie and Robin Morris.
Emma Norris reviews Weighing up the Enemy, on Channel 4.
Emma Norris reviews Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Emma Norris reviews a recent BBC Panorama offering.
Professor Alex Haslam (University of Queensland) reviews a new exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, Disobedient Objects.
Including Caitlin Moran, Broadmoor, Elizabeth is Missing, and more
To mark the publication of a new book by Dr Christian Jarrett, editor of the Society's Research Digest and former journalist on The Psychologist, we review the book, publish an exclusive extract and link to his past highlights.
Editor Jon Sutton reviews Channel 4's 'The Paedophile Next Door'.
Our editor Jon Sutton visits The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection.
Joanna Moncrieff reviews Paul Moloney's 'The Therapy Industry: the irresistible rise of the talking cure and why it doesn't work'