Our psychiatric future: The politics of mental health by Nikolas Rose (Polity Press; £17.99); reviewed by Richard Hallam.
Powering Up Children: The Learning Power Approach to Primary Teaching by Guy Claxton & Becky Carlzon (Crown House Publishing; £16.99); reviewed by Marc Smith.
Bodies and Other Objects: The Sensorimotor Foundations of Cognition by Rob Ellis (Cambridge University Press; £85); reviewed by Tom Dickins.
Distress in the City: Racism, fundamentalism and a democratic education by Linden West (Trentham Books; £24.99); reviewed by Mark H. Burton.
Sally Marlow on 'Changing the Face of Autism Research Together'.
Rory O'Connor watches The Son at the Kiln Theatre in London.
The Father, showing at South London Theatre, reviewed by India Megan.
All about Eve, at the Noel Coward Theatre, reviewed by Kate Johnstone.
Dyslexia and Gender Bias: A Critical Review by Diane Montgomery (Routledge; Hb £45); reviewed by Philip Kirby.
Spiritual Dimensions of Ageing by Malcolm Johnson & Joanna Walker (eds) (Cambridge University Press; Pb £24.99); reviewed by Fraser Watts.
Psychological Testing: Theory and Practice by Colin Cooper (Routledge; £34.99); reviewed by Jack Tomlin.
The Intelligence Trap by David Robson (Hodder & Stoughton. Hb, £20); reviewed by Dr Eva M. Krockow.
Growing Up Gifted, BBC2, reviewed by Maria Demetriou.
Alina Ivan visits Switching Perceptions at the Bethlem Gallery in London.
Wendy Lloyd on James Gardner's 'Jellyfish'.
'I Object - Ian Hislop's search for dissent', an exhibition at the British Museum, visited by Ciara Wild.
Three Identical Strangers, directed by Tim Wardle, reviewed by Wendy Lloyd.
Ella Rhodes on the ‘Hospital Rooms’ art project.
Clara Collingwood watches Beautiful Boy, the English-language feature debut from Felix Van Groeningen.
Alina Ivan visits The Anatomy of Melancholy at the Bethlem Museum of the Mind.
Madeleine Pownall on The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix).
‘London's Knife Wars: What’s The Solution?’, BBC One, Reviewed by Hugo Metcalfe.
Mandeep Singh and Niamh Doody on ‘conscious rap’.
Tania Bruguera: 10,148,451 at the Tate Modern; reviewed by Lucy Decker.
Tyranny of story, BBC Radio 4, reviewed by Kate Johnstone (Associate Editor for Culture).