...reviews

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.
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.
Jackson Musker on six mental health podcasts for psychologists (and anyone, really).
Chrissie Fitch reviews science fiction thriller series, The Umbrella Academy (Netflix) – this review contains spoilers!
'Water Must Fall' by Nick Wood (Newcon Press), reviewed by Sara Pisani.
Jose Catalan and Damien Ridge watch Channel 4's 'It's a Sin'.
'Parental Alienation – Science and Law' by Demosthenes Lorandos and William Bernet (Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd), reviewed by Dr Sue Whitcombe.
‘Raising A Screen Smart Kid: Embrace the Good and Avoid the Bad in the Digital Age’ by Julianna Miner (Tarcherperigee, Penguin Random House), reviewed by Chrissie Fitch and Joelaine Fitch.
Diana Omigie experiences the virtual tour of 'Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers' from the Design Museum.
Fatema Bangee watches Soul on Disney+.
Lisa O'Reilly on an online exhibition.
Joh Foster reviews film, County Lines.
Tuğçe Koca reviews the first season of Turkish drama series ‘Ethos’ (2020) on Netflix UK.
Harry Clark watches 'Relic' on Amazon Prime.
Drusilla Joseph watches 'The Undoing' on Sky Atlantic.
Emily Spencer-Parris watches virtual interdisciplinary dance performance, Feedback Loops.
Good Reasons for Bad Feelings: Insights from the Frontier of Evolutionary Psychiatry by Randolph M. Nesse (Allen Lane); reviewed by Ben Wethered.
Nancy Doyle reviews 'The Pattern Seekers' by Simon Baron-Cohen (Allen Lane).