Roncaglia, I. (2021). The Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Some reflections on physical and mental health as a continuum. The British psychological society newsletter London Home Counties, LHC, October, 11. Accessed at: https://www.bps.org.uk/member-microsites/london-and-home-counties-branch/news
Roncaglia, I. (2021). The role of performing arts in our subjective and collective wellbeing. BPS London and Home Counties Branch Newsletter August, 2021. Accessed at: https://mailchi.mp/2bfb966fa41f/london-home-counties-branch-august-newsletter
Roncaglia, I. (2017) ” Looking Through Strengths-Based Approaches: Positive Psychological Models” Psychreg Let’s Talk about Behaviour, On-line article. Access at: http://www.psychreg.
Roncaglia, I (2016) ‘What Can We Learn From Sport And Exercise’ Studio III Newsletter Q3 / 2016 More News, Resources & Links, Accessed at: http://www.studio3.org/newsletters-and-mailings
Roncaglia, I. (2016) ‘Optimal Performance: What Can We Learn from Sport & Exercise Psychology’ Studio III Newsletter Q3.
Roncaglia, I. (2011) Reviewed articles in peer-reviewed journals, International Journal for Educational & Vocational Guidance.
Roncaglia, I. (2009) Book Review ‘Sex & Relationship Education with People with Learning Difficulties’ Kingsley Publishers.
Roncaglia, I. (2007) ‘Qualitative Approaches: The process of Choices’ QMiP Newsletter (Issue 3) May 2007.
Roncaglia, I. (2006). ‘The Role of Mirror System in the Rehabilitation Process of Elite Performers’ Sport & Exercise Psychology Review, Vol.2, 1, 44-46.
Roncaglia, I. (2006). Review ‘Qualitative Psychology’ in J.A. Smith (2003), Newsletter QMiP, Issue. 4 .
Roncaglia, I. (2006) Book Reviews ‘Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods’ by Jonathan Smith (Ed.) London: Sage Publications (2003).