...reviews

the usual mix of books and other media reviews, including two films from the Cannes Film Festival

More books

the usual mix of books, TV, radio, exhibitions, radio and film

Chelsea Flower Show; Man of Steel; TED talks; The Human Swarm; secular Sunday service; reader recommends; and more in our broader ‘Reviews’ section

is psychology being taken for a ride?; pioneers; experiences of war; Being Human; A Box of Birds; Light Show; All in the Mind; and more

death of a soldier; blogs from Dorothy Bishop and Tal Yarkoni; ‘Brainstorm’ at Islington Community Theatre; Bedtime Live; plus exhibitions, apps and more

John Marzillier on Kevin Powers’ novel and what it can teach us about trauma

how to think like Sherlock Holmes; Desert Island Discs with Uta Frith; big questions from little people; Derek; Barbican Weekender; and much more

terrorist’s creed; My Mad Fat Diary; Les Misérables; How to Build a Bionic Man; and apps, radio, and more in our broader section

a philosophical review of The Hobbit; Science Club; apps, books, and more in our section covering psychology in any form of media

Our new, expanded 'Reviews' section covers psychology in any media

Including failure; memoirs of an addicted brain; Geoffrey Beattie; and life after trauma

Including Steven Pinker's latest book, reviewed by Roy Baumeister

the self-illusion; father–daughter relationships; hearing voices; business psychology; and more, including web-only reviews

Includes web-only reviews

the learning powered school; effect sizes; anxiety and worry; developing destinies; online only reviews and more

early memory; the new statistics; the optimism bias; the social cure; and the psychologically literate citizen

toilet psychology; social neuroscience; the mindful workplace; PTSD; and qualitative research methods

mental models in the novel; modern CBT; dyslexia; House and psychology; and more, including web-only reviews

the organisation of the mind; longitudinal data analysis; the psychology book; and more

Huw Green on the film adaptation of The Woman in Black, a journey through superstition and paranoia.

James Watkin’s film adaptation of The Woman in Black provides us with a fantastic opportunity to examine the psychology that lies behind our innate tendency to tell ourselves the stories that help...

understanding madness; music cognition; social development; marriage and family therapy; and more

minority influence; errors; 30-second psychology; and more

trauma; psychology and catholicism; educational psychology; gerontology; and cluttering