...reviews

Including web-only reviews

Including how brain science is changing our world; Straits and Narrow; Fundamentals of Psychology; Working with Ethnicity, Race and Culture in Mental Health; and more, including web extras

Including teaching and learning, motivational skills, the overflowing brain, bullying, music psychology, and web-only reviews

Including Frameworks for Practice in Educational Psychology: A Textbook for Trainees and Practitioners; What Should I Believe; Women at the Top; Grief in Young Children: A Handbook for Adults

Including web-only reviews

Sallie Baxendale looks at a psychological case study in literature

Psychologies of liberation; human intelligence; criminal psychology; drugs; and supervision in clinical practice

Including neuroplasticity, forensic psychology, cognition and sex differences, and more

Including web-only reviews.

Including web-only reviews.

Including women mind doctors, female violence, children's dreams and a host of web-only reviews.

Including consumer culture, PowerPoint, physical attraction and more - including online-only reviews

Including the stuff of thought, chronic headaches, PTSD and more (including web-only extras).

Including parapsychological investigations, altruism, psycholinguistics and more (including web-only extras).

Including online-only extras in the html version

This month's reviews, including several web-only reviews.

This months' reviews and books available for review

Including internet psychology, emotion explained, HIV and more.

Mental fitness; interpersonal psychotherapy; clinical psychology and heart disease; cognitive dissonance; statistics; and more

Positive psychology; Bayesian rationality; violent video games; and more

Zimbardo's 'The Lucifer Effect' reviewed.

Vaughan Bell discusses neuropsychology and psychosis in Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly.

Partly motivated by his increasing brushes with psychosis, by the early 1970s the science fiction author Philip K. Dick was struggling with increasing doubts over the nature of reality and...

As part of our occasional ‘Eye on fiction’ series, Paula Jean Manners offers a Kleinian perspective on The Lord of the Rings in this 2006 piece.