Professor Uta Frith on why she was pleased to be involved with the BBC Horizon programme.
Reviews of 'Labels' and 'Sick of the Fringe'.
Kate Johnstone reviews 45 Years.
Dr Sally Marlow (National Addiction Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience King’s College London) reviews 'People, places and things', a play by Duncan Macmillan at the National Theatre, London.
Dr Tom Farsides (University of Sussex) reviews Peter Singer’s 'The most good you can do: How effective altruism is changing ideas about living ethically'.
Some online extras.
Books from the September issue.
The new film, directed by Asif Kapadia, reviewed.
Rebecca Furness reviews a Channel 4 offering.
Dr Peter Wright reviews an exhibition of the Dutch graphic artist's work.
Book reviews from the August issue.
An ITV offering.
Jenny Doe reviews a play from Bryony Kimmings and Tim Grayburn.
Dr Sally Austen, the clinical psychologist who consulted on the programme, describes her involvement.
Professor Nichola Rumsey and Lettie Kennedy review a production of The Elephant Man at the Haymarket Theatre in London, arguing that although we may have moved on from freak shows, physical appearance remains an under-discussed topic.
Professor Keith Oatley considers the psychological input to the new Disney Pixar film Inside Out.
Fiona Zisch reviews an exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre.
… from our July 2015 issue.
Managing Editor Jon Sutton reviews Fiona Neill's novel 'The Good Girl', ahead of her appearance at Latitude Festival as part of 'The Psychologist presents…'
Editor Jon Sutton reviews Robert Macfarlane's new offering.
Dr Melissa Atkinson (UWE) reviews a new exhibition at the British Museum, 'Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art'
Kavita Solder reviews a Channel 4 offering.
A selection from the June issue, plus online extras.
Professor Chris Roe reviews 'The Enfield Haunting'.
Jules Evans, from the Centre for the History of the Emotions, reviews new film The Falling.