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HBR Guide to Emotional Intelligence (HBR Guide Series)

by Harvard Business Review

• Recognize their strengths and weaknesses with regard to emotional intelligence.

• Build their self-awareness.

• Regulate their emotions in tough situations, or recover from an outburst.

• Motivate themselves...


Mathematics without Apologies

by Michael Harris

What do pure mathematicians do, and why do they do it? Looking beyond the conventional answers—for the sake of truth, beauty, and practical applications—this book offers an eclectic panorama of the lives...


Evolution's Bite

by Peter S. Ungar

Whether we realize it or not, we carry in our mouths the legacy of our evolution. Our teeth are like living fossils that can be studied and compared to those of our ancestors to teach us how we became human....


The Topography of Tears

by William H. Frey, Ann Lauterbach & Rose-Lynn Fisher

“Looking at [Fisher’s] photographs feels like staring out a plane window at the passing landscape below.” —Studio 360

“A moving depiction of the micro and macro aspects of our emotional lives, and a beautiful...


From Dust to Life

by Jacqueline Mitton & John Chambers

The birth and evolution of our solar system is a tantalizing mystery that may one day provide answers to the question of human origins. From Dust to Life tells the remarkable story of how the celestial objects...


Eating Promiscuously

by James McWilliams

McWilliams’s work has appeared in The Paris Review (online), The New Yorker (online), the New York Times, Harper’s, Washington Post, Texas Monthly, The Atlantic, Salon, Slate, The American Scholar, the...


On the Origin of Species

by Charles Darwin

On the Origin of Species published on 24 November 1859, is a work of scientific literature by Charles Darwin which is considered to be the foundation of evolutionary biology. Darwin's book introduced the scientific...


I Love My Computer Because My Friends Live in It: Stories from an Online Life

by Jess Kimball Leslie

I Love My Computer Because My Friends Live in It is tech analyst Jess Kimball Leslie's hilarious, frank homage to the technology that contributed so significantly to the person she is today. From accounts of...


The Seven Deadly Sins of Psychology

by Chris Chambers

Psychological science has made extraordinary discoveries about the human mind, but can we trust everything its practitioners are telling us? In recent years, it has become increasingly apparent that a lot of...


My Revision Notes: AQA AS/A-level Geography

by Helen Harris

Target success in AQA AS/A-level Geography with this proven formula for effective, structured revision; key content coverage is combined with exam-style tasks and practical tips to create a revision guide that...


Geographical Skills and Fieldwork for Edexcel GCSE (9¿1) Geography A and B

by Steph Warren

Maximise every student's grade potential with a step-by-step approach to learning, improving and applying the geographical and fieldwork skills they need to achieve stand-out success under the reformed Edexcel...


Just Cool It!

by David Suzuki & Ian Hanington

Climate change is the most important crisis humanity has faced, but we still confront huge barriers to resolving it. So, what do we do, and is there hope for humanity? The problem itself is complex, and there’s...


Equilibrium Models in Economics

by Lawrence A. Boland

The concept of equilibrium is fundamental to economic theory, according to which, it exists when supply and demand are balanced. Equilibrium Models in Economics critically examines the major problematic assumptions...


Adapt: How Humans Are Tapping into Nature's Secrets to Design and Build a Better Future

by Amina Khan

Amina Khan believes that nature does it best. In Adapt, she presents fascinating examples of how nature effortlessly solves the problems that humans attempt to solve with decades worth of the latest and greatest...


The Great Questions of Tomorrow: The Ideas that Will Remake the World

by David Rothkopf

We are on the cusp of a sweeping revolution—one that will change every facet of our lives. The changes ahead will challenge and alter fundamental concepts such as national identity, human rights, money, and...


Enlightenment Travel and British Identities

by Mary-Ann Constantine & Nigel Leask

Enlightenment Travel and British Identities is the first-ever collection of essays devoted to the influential eighteenth-century travel writer, antiquarian and naturalist, Thomas Pennant. Offering a truly multidisciplinary...


The Great Unknown: Seven Journeys to the Frontiers of Science

by Marcus du Sautoy

“Brilliant and fascinating. No one is better at making the recondite accessible and exciting.” —Bill Bryson

A captivating journey to the outer reaches of human knowledge

Ever since the dawn of civilization...


The Future of Happiness

by Amy Blankson & Shawn Achor

Technology—at least in theory—is improving our productivity, efficiency, and communication. The one thing it’s not doing is making us happier. We are experiencing historically high levels of depression and...


Matrix Algebra Useful for Statistics

by Shayle R. Searle & Andre I. Khuri

A thoroughly updated guide to matrix algebra and it uses in statistical analysis and features SAS®, MATLAB®, and R throughout

This Second Edition addresses matrix algebra that is useful in the statistical...


The History of the Future

by Edward McPherson

What does it mean to think about Dallas in relationship to Dallas? In The History of the Future, McPherson reexamines American places and the space between history, experience, and myth. Private streets, racism,...