...reviews

‘The New Psychology of Sport and Exercise: The Social Identity Approach’ edited by S Alexander Haslam, Katrien Fransen and Filip Boen (SAGE), reviewed by Toby Richards and Dr Sean Figgins.
Inside Out, Outside In: Transforming Mental Health Practices (PCCS Books), edited by Lydia Sapouna, Harry Gijbels and Gary Sidley, reviewed by Rebecca Regler.
Chrissie Fitch reviews psychological thriller, His House, and drama series Stateless, both on Netflix.
Fatema Bangee watches The Queen's Gambit on Netflix.
Nicolle Binks on the Therapeutic Teacher podcast; and Lisa O'Reilly listens to The Emotional Curriculum.
Harry Clark watches Fantastic Fungi.
‘Big Brain Revolution: Artificial Intelligence – Spy or Saviour?’ (Austin Macauley Publishers) by Michelle Tempest, reviewed by Dr Joshua Bourne.
'Work and pain: A lifespan development approach', edited by Elaine Wainwright and Christopher Eccleston (Oxford University Press; £29.99). Reviewed by Dr Hannah Twiddy.
'Non-Binary Lives: An Anthology of Intersecting Identities', edited by Jos Twist, Ben Vincent, Meg-John Barker and Kat Gupta (Jessica Kingsley Publishers; £14.99). Reviewed by Dr Katherine Hubbard.
Hannah S. Gilson on the role of literature and imagination in limiting isolation.
Christopher Panks is affected by the music in the BBC drama 'Looking for Alaska'.
Students from the Centre for Research in Autism and Education watch 'I Am Greta'.
Poppy Harding, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, watches Netflix’s new series Ratched.
Karen Wetherall watches 'I made this for you', a British feature film that tackles mental health, depression and suicide.
Wendy Lloyd watches 'Herself', a new film directed by Phyllida Lloyd.
The BBC podcast 'Bad People' by Dr Julia Shaw and Sofie Hagen, reviewed by Joh Foster.
The Dance Cure: The surprising secret to being smarter, stronger, happier by Peter Lovatt (Short Books, £9.99); reviewed by Dr Lucie Clements.
Psychology, Humour and Class: A Critique of Contemporary Psychology by Babak Fozooni (Routledge, £38.99); reviewed by Barry Morgan.
Dr Adrian Needs watches 'Des', about killer Dennis Nilsen.
Professor Mary Aiken watches a Netflix offering on the impact of social networking.
Kate Johnstone (Associate Editor for Culture) watches Tenet and I’m Thinking of Ending Things.
Shasta Sheyenne Stephens with ‘two books that shaped me’…
Listening to Women After Childbirth, by Alison Brodrick & Emma Williamson (Routledge; £32.99), reviewed by Dr Kate Redman.
Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization by Scott Barry Kaufman (TarcherPerigree; £15.99); reviewed by Craig Harper.
Madeleine Pownall with a meta-review, of sorts…