‘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 or '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).
Parenting for a Digital Future: How Hopes and Fears about Technology Shape Children’s Lives, by Sonia Livingstone and Alicia Blum-Ross (Oxford University Press); reviewed by Dr Paul Marsden.
Hannah Piekarz reviews BBC drama series, Small Axe.
Two views on ‘The New Psychology of Sport and Exercise: The Social Identity Approach’ edited by S Alexander Haslam, Katrien Fransen and Filip Boen (SAGE).
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.
'Adult Material' on Channel 4, reviewed by Chloé England.
The Evolution of the Sensitive Soul: Learning and the Origins of Consciousness by Simona Ginsburg and Eva Jablonka (MIT Press); reviewed by Professor Tom Dickins.
The Serendipity Mindset: The art and science of creating good luck, by Christian Busch and published by Penguin; reviewed by Wendy Ross.
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.