April 2017

Dr Lydia J. Harkin reviews 'Psychology of the Digital Age: Humans Become Electric', by John R. Suler.
'Highly Illogical Behaviour', by John Corey Whaley, reviewed by Sanaa Hyder.
Rabeea Saleem, writer and psychology student based in Pakistan, reviews 'Hit Makers: How Things Become Popular', by Derek Thompson.
Dr Levina Smook reviews The Way We Die Now, by Seamus O’Mahony.
Stephanie Allan reviews the film 'Mad to Be Normal', directed by Robert Mullan.
Sally Marlow and Mike Thompson collaborate at an exhibition of monumental change.
Ella Rhodes reports on the AXA PPP Health Tech and You Awards.
Richard Jones and Ruth Tully write.