Liebert, R. J. (2019). Psycurity: Colonialism, Paranoia, and the War on Imagination. Concepts for Critical Psychology Series by I. Parker (Ed.). Routledge: London, New York.
Carlson, T., Lara, A. & Liebert, R. J. (ongoing). Awry2. Section in, Awry: The International Journal of Critical Psychology.
Ashley, C., Billies, M., Lara, A., Liebert, R., Liu, W., & Nishida, A. (Eds, 2017). Affect and Subjectivity. Subjectivity Special Issue.
Liebert, R., & Thompson, L. (Eds, 2015). ‘‘Young Feminists” Doing Recognition & Reflexivity & (R)evolution. Feminism & Psychology Special Feature, 25(1).
Liebert, R. J. (2021). What could the White body do for decolonising Psychology? 31 questions. (With published responses by Carl Mika and Tim McCreanor). Awry: The International Journal of Critical Psychology, 2(1): 99-123.
Liebert, R. J., Lara, A. & Carlson, T. (2021). Awry2: Making space for experimenting with form. Awry: The International Journal of Critical Psychology, 2(1): 77-82.
Lara, A., Liu, W., Ashley, C., Nishida, A., Liebert, R., & Billies, M. (2017). Affect and subjectivity. Subjectivity, 10: 30-43.
Liebert, R. J. (2017). Beside-the-mind: An unsettling, reparative reading of paranoia. Subjectivity, 10(1): 123-145.
Liebert, R. (2017). Radical archiving as social psychology from the future. Qualitative Psychology Special Issue, The Archive, 4: 90.
Liebert, R. & Thompson, L. (2015). Recognition & reflexivity: Editorial introduction to the Special Feature. Feminism & Psychology Special Feature, 25(1): 3-10.
Liebert, R. & Thompson, L. (2015). Reflexivity & (r)evolution: Editorial reflections on the Special Feature. Feminism & Psychology Special Feature, 25(1): 95-100.
Liebert, R. (2013). A re-view of ambivalence in Bipolar Disorder research. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, 15(3): 180-194.
Liebert, R. (2013). Loopy: The political ontology of Bipolar Disorder. Aporia, 5(3): 15-25.
Liebert, R. (2013). A progressive downward spiral: The circulation of risk in ‘bipolar disorder’. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 33(3): 185-198.
Liebert, R., Leve, M., & Hui, A. (2011). The politics and possibilities of activism in contemporary feminist psychologies. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 35(4): 697-704.
Liebert, R. (2010). Synaptic peace-keeping: Of bipolar and securitization. Women’s Studies Quarterly Special Issue, Market, 38(3&4): 325-342.
Liebert, R. (2010). Feminist psychology, hormones and the raging politics of medicalisation. Feminism & Psychology, 20(2): 278-283.
Liebert, R. & Gavey, N. (2009). “There’s always two sides to these things”: Managing the dilemmas of serious adverse effects from SSRI use. Social Science and Medicine, 68(10): 1882-1891.
Liebert, R. & Gavey, N. (2008). “I didn’t just cross a line I tripped over an edge”: Personal accounts of SSRI-induced suicidality and/or aggression. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 37(1).
Liebert, R. & Gavey, N. (2006). “They took my depression and then medicated me into madness”: Co-constructed narratives of SSRI-induced suicidality. Radical Psychology, 5.
Liebert, R.J. (2020). Re-turning the psykhe: A creative experiment in decolonizing psychology. Chapter in M. Brown (Ed.), Emancipatory Perspectives on Madness. Routledge: New York.
Taylor, S., Hall, M., Lehman, J., Liebert, R., Nishida, A., & Stewart, J. (2016). Krips, cops and Occupy: Reflections from Oscar Grant Plaza. Chapter in P. Block, D. Kasnitz, A. Nishida, & N. Pollard (Eds.), Occupying Disability: Critical Approaches to Community, Justice, and Decolonizing Disability. Springer: Netherlands.
Liebert, R. (2014). Psy policing: The borderlands of psychiatry and security. Chapter in D. Holmes, J. D. Jacob, & A. Perron (Eds.), Power and the Psychiatric Apparatus: Repression, Transformation and Assistance. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom.
Liebert, R. (2014). Pathologization. Entry in T. Teo (Ed), Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology. Springer.
Liebert, R. J. (2021). “To complain is to admit the truth of violence. To complain is to let the ghosts in. To be haunted is to be hit by an inheritance”. A review of Sara Ahmed’s ‘Complaint!’. Polyphony: Durham University.
Liebert, R. J. (2020). Infrastructural whiteness and the White body, and a book for my dad? A review of Jonathan Metzl’s ‘Dying of Whiteness’. Polyphony: Durham University.
Liebert, R. J. (2020). Of agitation, the erotic, coffee beans and mannequins: A review of Sunil Bhatia’s ‘Decolonizing Psychology’. Feminism & Psychology Special Issue, Feminisms and Decolonising Psychology, 30(3): 415-422.
Liebert, R. (2009). Film review: The Changing Face of Feminist Psychology by Alex Rutherford. Signs, 1(2).