(2020) A Harvard University project which taps into your unconscious beliefs. Invites us to acknowledge them without blame. A great shortcut to greater self awareness. CLICK HERE
(2023). Social psychological resources (videos and games) to educate us against the popular misinformation strategies of those who would seek to manipulate us. Uses innoculation theory, the biological idea we can protect ourselves from thereat by being exposed to a small dose of it. CLICK HERE
(2010) by Derek Sivers. Stunning social psychology in action. CLICK HERE
(1998) with Jim Carrey. A disturbing movie which parallels a process of how we can be seduced in to believing an imaginary world is real. Rather than solely representing other peoples' desire for entertainment. Free 20 minute overview. CLICK HERE
(2000) book and film about travelling to find new experiences. The resultant escape and jarring realities illustrate the complexities of this kind of adventure. CLICK HERE
The new gurus
(2023) by Helen Lewis. Series of radio programmes exploring the myriad of additional faiths available in the digital age. A meta view. CLICK HERE
The psychology of bravery and courage
(2021) Audio programme looking at how we can turn the habit of helping into a primer for bravery and courage. CLICK HERE
(2020) by Stephen Reicher. Audio interview describing how a crowd can have social identity, limits and power. CLICK HERE
(2018) by BBC Radio 4. Details the complex history of social psychology. CLICK HERE
(2020) by BBC World Service. Why it pays to be fair or the economics of co-productive relationships.
(2006) ShaunTan. Beautiful picture book illustrating the processes of emigration and immigration.
(2020) Journal article by William Rees. Suggests our narcissism will be challenged by our inevitable dependence on other people and self doubt. Over reliance on our current narcissistic self image can lead us to be hypersensitive, sad and irritable. Reflecting a series of continual resisted losses. Instead it may be more healthy to subject our desired self image to continual re-evaluation and reformation. CLICK HERE
(2020) by Rutger Bregman. Details research and narrative into human nature. Deconstructs many famous studies in social psychology. The link contains a review and a podcast of the author discussing the work. CLICK HERE
(2023) book by Arline Geronimus. Details the evidence that suggests daily discrimination leads to debilitating illness and early death. Free review. CLICK HERE