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.
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. (2019; under review). Whiteness as sickness: Decolonizing psychology through uprooting whiteness and reviving the flesh. Whiteness & Education.
Liebert, R. (2020). Sunil Bhatia, Decolonizing psychology: Globalization, social justice, and Indian youth identities: Oxford University Press. Feminism & Psychology Special Issue, Feminisms & Decolonizing Psychology.
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. (2009). Film review: The Changing Face of Feminist Psychology by Alex Rutherford. Signs, 1(2).
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.
EDITED BOOK CHAPTERS:
Liebert, R.J. (in press). 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. (2020; book review). Sunil Bhatia, Decolonizing Psychology: Globalization, Social Justice, and Indian Youth Identities. Feminism & Psychology Special Issue, Feminisms and Decolonising Psychology.