Associate Editor Kate Johnstone with a cultural recommendation.
Julie Stokes OBE, Executive Coach and founder of Winston's Wish, reviews new film 'A Monster Calls'.
Rebecca Stack, Associate Editor for Books, chips in with the first in a new series.
'Behave', by Andromeda Romano-Lax, reviewed by Lori Appleyard.
Addressing Vulnerability in Justice Systems, by Penny Cooper & Linda Hunting (Eds.), reviewed.
Moral Disengagement: How People Do Harm and Live with Themselves, by Albert Bandura, reviewed.
A review of 'The Cyber Effect: A Pioneering Cyberpsychologist Explains How Human Behaviour Changes Online', by Mary Aiken. Published by John Murray; 2016; Hb £20.00.
John Marzillier, psychologist and writer, reviews Jerome Kagan's 'On Being Human: Why Mind Matters'.
The new book from 'The Secret Footballer' – this time in partnership with 'The Secret Psychologist' – reviewed by Ross Shand.
Dr Sally Marlow reviews Art at the Old Vic; written by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton, directed by Matthew Warchus. Dr Marlow also speaks to one of the stars of the play, Paul Ritter; and artist Teresa Albor.
Ellie Buckley on new documentary Life, Animated.
Dr Helen Fisher reviews 'Tomorrow I was Always a Lion', from the Belarus Free Theatre.
Dr Sally Marlow reports from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience LGBT film night.
Professor Bruce Hood watches the HBO series Westworld.
Danny Taggart watches I, Daniel Blake, from Director Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Laverty.
Lucy Johnstone watches Channel 4's 'Life on the Psych Ward'.
Dr Roberta Babb watches the film 13th.
Lindsey Hines on the 'Let them eat chaos', the new album from Kate Tempest.
New Associate Editor for 'Culture' Dr Sally Marlow with the first in an occasional series.
Kate Johnstone on BBC Radio 4's 'In therapy'.
Elle Wadsworth on the 'Say Why to Drugs' podcast.
Professor Richard Byrne discusses the movie Arrival, with spoilers.
Dr Sally Marlow on Louis Theroux's 'My Scientology Movie'.
'Colour: The Art and Science of Illuminated Manuscripts', an exhibition at Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, reviewed by Professor Charles Fernyhough (University of Durham).