toilet psychology; social neuroscience; the mindful workplace; PTSD; and qualitative research methods

mental models in the novel; modern CBT; dyslexia; House and psychology; and more, including web-only reviews

the organisation of the mind; longitudinal data analysis; the psychology book; and more

Huw Green on the film adaptation of The Woman in Black, a journey through superstition and paranoia.

James Watkin’s film adaptation of The Woman in Black provides us with a fantastic opportunity to examine the psychology that lies behind our innate tendency to tell ourselves the stories that help...

understanding madness; music cognition; social development; marriage and family therapy; and more

minority influence; errors; 30-second psychology; and more

trauma; psychology and catholicism; educational psychology; gerontology; and cluttering

the empathic brain; the madness of women; rethinking school bullying; psychology in social contexts

Jung in the city; Freud on coke; positive psychology at work; and more

the new psychology of leadership, human attention in digital environments, and more (including web-only reviews)

questions of religion and spirituality; a case for educational change; strategies for helping the shy child; and more

rationality for mortals; adjusting to life after deployment; stories of recovery and hope; and more, including web-only reviews

a novel contribution to the theory of mind; rethinking psychosis; protecting children from violence; and more

a Rough Guide to Psychology from The Psychologist journalist and Research Digest editor; media and youth; psychometric theory; and web-only reviews

The globalisation of the Western mind; stories of loss and growth; the myth of autism; and web-only reviews

narratives in human science; challenging religion; creativity in the classroom; and web-only reviews

gifted lives; basics of psychotherapy; the psychology of sailing; and more, including web-only reviews

detention and release of mentally disordered patients, the environment, policy making and personnel selection

diary drawings of mental illness; forensic psychology; ‘Aspergirls’ and more (including web only reviews)

neurosexism and politics as Simon Baron-Cohen reviews Cordelia Fine’s new book; why aren’t we saving the planet; and sensory marketing

Daniel Wright on how fiction can aid our understanding of delusional misidentifications

safer surgery; reading development; autism and intensive interaction; stories and analogies; Barbara Tizard; coaching; and web-only reviews

An 2010 account of the life and work of Hans Eysenck, by Roderick D. Buchanan, reviewed by Eysenck's son Michael.

emotion regulation; great myths in psychology; oppositional defiant disorder; discovering research methods; and the mindfulness solution

a history lesson with attitude; mindsight; the newborn brain; rehabilitation psychology; and web-only reviews