Tom Farsides watches 'The Square', directed by Ruben Östlund.
Leanne Haywood visits an exhibition, 'Battle Against Stigma', at QUAD, Derby.
'Ghost Stories', a film directed by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson; reviewed by Chris French.
Kate Johnstone watches 'Wild Wild Country' on Netflix.
Harry Farmer visits ‘Self-Impressions with the Institute of Philosophy, University of London’ at the Tate Modern.
The Emotional Learner: Understanding Emotions, Learning and Achievement by Marc Smith (Routledge; Pb £22.99), reviewed by Mary Prest.
Judged: The Value of Being Misunderstood, by Ziyad Marar (Bloomsbury Academic; Hb £20.00) reviewed by Dr Chris Timms.
The Nature of Human Intelligence, by Robert J. Sternberg (Ed.) (Cambridge University Press; Pb £26.99) reviewed by Guy Claxton.
Nadia Craddock watches Britain's Fat Fight and The Truth About Obesity.
'The Hope Circuit: A Psychologist’s Journey from Helplessness to Optimism', by Martin E.P. Seligman (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2018) reviewed by Mark Brown.
Dr Stacey Bedwell (Lecturer in Psychology, Birmingham City University) visits an adults-only 'escape room' in Nottingham.
'Denying to the Grave: Why We Ignore the Facts That Will Save Us' by Sara E. Gorman & Jack M. Gorman (Oxford University Press; Hb £22.99); Reviewed by Christopher Boyle.
Eat Up! by Ruby Tandoh (Profile Books; Hb £12.99); reviewed by Madeleine Pownall.
'Elastic – Flexible Thinking in a Constantly Changing World' by Leonard Mlodinow (Allen Lane; Hb £16.99); Reviewed by Dr Lucia Giombini.
Tony Wainwright on the book that is the cornerstone of this edition: The New Psychology of Health: by Catherine Haslam, Jolanda Jetten, Tegan Cruwys, Genevieve A. Dingle & S. Alexander Haslam (Routledge; Pb £24.99).
Tom Farsides watches 'The Secret Helpers' on BBC Two.
Barbara and Michael Wilson watch 'A Love That Never Dies', produced by Beyond Goodbye Media.
Dr Chris Timms watches Channel 4's 'Married at First Sight'.
Dr Damian Milton watches Channel 4's 'Are you Autistic?'
Dr Catherine Loveday (University of Westminster) reviews 'Inventing Ourselves: The Secret Life of the Teenage Brain' by Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore.
Dr Anna Waters, Lead Psychologist for Performing Arts, at Chimp Management Ltd, encounters Great Apes at the Arcola Theatre in London.
The Female Mind: A User’s Guide by Kathryn Abel & Rosalind Ramsay (Eds.) (RCPsych Publications; Pb £13.99) Reviewed by Louise Beaton
Sally Marlow goes to an unusual gig.
Violent Child, Desperate Parents, on Channel 5.
Jon Sutton listens to The Adam Buxton Podcast, along with his new BBC Radio 4 offering You’re Doing It Wrong. Plus a Q+A with Adam, and a selection from his conversation with Michael Lewis about Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky.