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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

the empathic brain; the madness of women; rethinking school bullying; psychology in social contexts