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Mind Change: How Digital Technologies Are Leaving Their Mark on Our Brains

by Susan Greenfield

We live in a world unimaginable only decades ago: a domain of backlit screens, instant information, and vibrant experiences that can outcompete dreary reality. Our brave new technologies offer incredible opportunities...


Forgetting: Myths, Perils and Compensations

by Douwe Draaisma

In his highly praised book The Nostalgia Factory, renowned memory scholar Douwe Draaisma explored the puzzling logic of memory in later life with humor and deep insight. In this compelling new book he turns...


The Sweet Spot: How to Find Your Groove at Home and Work

by Christine Phd Carter

Learn how to achieve more by doing less! Live in that zone you’ve glimpsed but can’t seem to hold on to—the sweet spot where you have the greatest strength, but also the greatest ease.

 

Not long ago,...


Tasty: The Art and Science of What We Eat

by John McQuaid

A fascinating and deeply researched investigation into the mysteries of flavor—from the first bite taken by our ancestors to scientific advances in taste and the current “foodie” revolution.

Taste has long...


How the Body Knows Its Mind: The Surprising Power of the Physical Environment to Influence How You Think and Feel

by Sian Beilock

An award-winning scientist offers a groundbreaking new understanding of the mind-body connection and its profound impact on everything from advertising to romance.

The human body is not just a passive device...


The Intercultural Mind: Connecting Culture, Cognition, and Global Living

by Joseph Shaules

A pioneering look at the new world of cultural neuroscience and how intercultural experiences can change the way we think.


Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple: Tips and Techniques for Insight, Creativity, and Personal Growth

by Robert Waggoner & Caroline McCready

Aimed at beginners, Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple shows the reader how to enter and fully experience the lucid dreaming. Among the amazing things Waggoner and McCready teach readers are how to:

  • consciously...


How Brains Think: Evolving Intelligence, Then And Now

by William H Calvin

This book tries to fathom how our inner life evolves from one topic to another, as we create and reject alternatives. Drawing on anthropology, evolutionary biology, linguistics, and the neurosciences, Calvin...


Cognitive Styles in Law Schools

by Alfred G. Smith, Patrick A. Nester & Lynn H. Pulford

People differ in their cognitive styles-their ways of getting and using information to solve problems and make decisions. Alfred G. Smith and his associates studied these differences in a selected group of over...


Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Rational Than We Think

by Eyal Winter

Distinguished authors like Daniel Kahneman, Dan Ariely, and Nassim Nicholas Taleb have written much about the flaws in the human brain when it comes time to make a decision. Our intuitions and passions frequently...


The Soul Fallacy: What Science Shows We Gain From Letting Go of Our Soul Beliefs

by Julien Musolino & Victor J. Stenger

Most Americans believe they possess an immaterial soul that will survive the death of the body. In sharp contrast, the current scientific consensus rejects the traditional soul, although this conclusion is rarely...


Mindfulness, 25th anniversary edition

by Ellen J. Langer

A classic in social psychology about the concept of mindfulness


Memory 101

by James Michael Lampinen Ph. D. & Denise Beike

This highly readable foundational text for undergraduates provides an overview of the major theories and research on human memory. Grounded in the premise that all psychological processes depend on memory, and...


The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control

by Walter Mischel

Renowned psychologist Walter Mischel, designer of the famous Marshmallow Test, explains what self-control is and how to master it.

A child is presented with a marshmallow and given a choice: Eat this one now,...


How We Learn: The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why It Happens

by Benedict Carey

In the tradition of The Power of Habit and Thinking, Fast and Slow comes a practical, playful, and endlessly fascinating guide to what we really know about learning and memory today—and how we can apply it...


Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends On It

by Ian Leslie

Today it seems we have the world at our fingertips. Thanks to smartphones and tools such as Google and Wikipedia, we’re able feed any aspect of our curiosity instantly. But does this mean we are actually becoming...


The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload

by Daniel J. Levitin

New York Times bestselling author and neuroscientist Daniel J. Levitin shifts his keen insights from your brain on music to your brain in a sea of details.

The information age is drowning us with an unprecedented...


In the Company of Bears: What Black Bears Have Taught Me about Intelligence and Intuition

by Benjamin Kilham & Temple Grandin

In In the Company of Bears, originally published in hardcover as Out on a Limb, Ben Kilham invites us into the world he has come to know best: the world of black bears.

For decades, Kilham has studied wild black...


Unthink: And How to Harness the Power of Your Unconscious

by Chris Paley

Your life is dominated by your unconscious mind: by thoughts you're unaware of and movements you don't realise you are making. Words, colours, mannerisms and other cues you don't realise are affecting you, change...


Rock Breaks Scissors: A Practical Guide to Outguessing and Outwitting Almost Everybody

by William Poundstone

A practical guide to outguessing everything from multiple-choice tests to the office football pool to the stock market.

People are predictable even when they try not to be. William Poundstone demonstrates how...