Jo Atkinson is a clinical psychologist, who works with people who have experienced life-changing brain conditions, and is also a deaf person who has lost most of her sight. Here, she reviews new film Sound of Metal.
‘Anthropocene Psychology: Being Human in a More-Than-Human World’ (Routledge) by Matthew Adams, reviewed by Tony Wainwright.
The Science of Hate: How prejudice becomes hate and what we can do to stop it by Matthew Williams, (Faber & Faber; £14.99), reviewed by Dr Siân E. Jones.
‘We are Family’ (Scribe) by Professor Susan Golombok, reviewed by Laura Cox.
Justine, directed by Jamie Patterson, is on Curzon Home Cinema. Reviewed by Georgina Gnan.
Serkan Avlik listens to the Brain Yapping podcast with Dr Dean Burnett and Rachel England, from the Cosmic Shambles Network.
Asha Patel listens to a podcast from the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health.
Coded Bias, directed by Shalini Kantayya, reviewed by Joh Foster.
Professor Carolyn Mair, a psychologist working as a consultant in the fashion industry and Fellow of the British Psychological Society, in conversation with Paul Anthony Morris, Artistic Director of Crying in the Wilderness Productions.
Kate Johnstone watches Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency (BBC Three) and Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death (Channel 4).
Toxic: A guide to rebuilding respect and tolerance in a hostile workplace (Bloomsbury Business; £14), by Clive Lewis. Reviewed by Emily Hutchinson.
Avoiding Anxiety in Autistic Children: A Guide for Autistic Wellbeing (John Murray Press; £10.99), by Luke Beardon; reviewed by Maria Ashworth, Kana Umagami, Danae Malyan and Amber Pryke-Hobbes.
Inside the Mind of a Voter: A New Approach to Electoral Psychology (Princeton University Press) by Michael Bruter and Sarah Harrison, reviewed by Dominic Jones.
Daniel Walker reviews documentary Against the Tides, about Beth French and her Oceans Seven challenge.
Cornerstones of Attachment Research (Oxford University Press) by Robbie Duschinsky, reviewed by Matt Woolgar.
Like Water (balletblack.co.uk) reviewed by Joh Foster.
Mother (www.motherdocumentary.com) reviewed by Catherine Loveday.
Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters (One World; £14.99); reviewed by Talia Drew.
The Truth about Trauma and Dissociation by Valerie Sinason (Confer Books; £12.99); reviewed by April Mangion.
Alina Ivan listens to the BBC Sounds podcast series The Happiness Half Hour.
As the second series begins filming, Melissa Marselle revisits Ted Lasso – which some are calling perfect lockdown viewing…
Drusilla Joseph watches ‘Malcolm and Marie’ on Netflix.
Telling Science Stories: Reporting, Crafting and Editing for Journalists and Scientists (Routledge) by Martin W. Angler, reviewed by Annie Brookman-Byrne.
Christopher Leech watches Gaming and Me: Connections, Identity and Support on BBC Three.
Multilingual Neuropoetry by Jayanthiny Kangatharan, reviewed by Billan Omar.