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What Your Customer Wants and Can’t Tell You

by Melina Palmer

At the end of 2019, Bloomberg named ?behavioral scientist? as the top job for the next decade. Corporations around the world are hiring in this category and looking for ways to incorporate behavioral economics...

Gen Z

by Regina Luttrell & Karen McGrath

Explores how Gen Z is a generation to be admired and celebrated for their superhero qualities.

From the authors of The Millennial Mindset: Unraveling Fact from Fiction, comes this thought-provoking in-depth consideration...

Radical Revenge

by Renée Danziger

Despite its ubiquity, revenge is a surprisingly understudied subject. We're all familiar with the urge for payback, but where does that urge come from? Why is it so hard to give up? And why can some people only...

Summary of The 48 Laws of Power

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of The 48 Laws of Power

The desire for power is a fundamental human behavior. When one feels that he has no power over others or events, he is likely to be depressed. Everyone wants power. Those who pretend...

Transgenerational Colonialism

by Karel James Bouse

In Transgenerational Colonialism, Karel James Bouse offers an alternative and holistic model for the analysis of colonialism and its effects on humanity. Using the current anti-colonialist struggle in Northern...

Mysteries and Secrets Revealed

by Loren Ph.D Pankratz

Mysteries and Secrets Revealed uncovers the reality behind mysteries of nature and secrets of frauds that eluded common understanding. The journey begins in the ancient Greek city of Delphi, where priests claimed...

Psychology and Pop Culture

by Keith W. Beard, April Fugett & Britani Black

Psychology and Pop Culture: An Empirical Adventure examines the psychological aspects of pop culture preferences, personality, and behavior from across sixteen research studies. The authors analyze such phenomena...

Summary of David and Goliath

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of David and Goliath

David and Goliath is another book written by renowned and famous writer, Malcolm Gladwell. The author is famous for his previous works: The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers. Just...

Summary of How to Win Friends and Influence People

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of How to Win Friends and Influence People

Released in 1936, How to Win Friends and Influence People is a self-help mega classic and has sold more than 15 million copies. This Dale Carnegie book...

The Delusions Of Crowds

by William J. Bernstein

  • The Delusions of Crowds is an ambitious and compelling work of history chronicling dramatic religious and financial mass manias in Western culture over the past 500 years. As Bernstein observes, if we can absorb...

  • The Delusions Of Crowds

    by William J. Bernstein

    From the award-winning author of A Splendid Exchange, a fascinating new history of financial and religious mass manias over the past five centuries

    ?We are the apes who tell stories,? writes William Bernstein....

    Child Discipline in African American Families

    The Psychology of Environmental Law

    by Kenworthey Bilz, Arden Rowell & Linda J. Demaine

    Offers psychological insights into how people perceive, respond to, value, and make decisions about the environment

    Environmental law may seem a strange space to seek insights from psychology. Psychology, after...

    How to Find the Right Words

    by Life of School The & Alain Botton

    Twenty case studies explaining how to gently deliver a range of life?s most awkward messages while causing minimal harm.

    Life constantly requires us to give other people some hugely awkward messages: that we...

    Antarctic Winter-Over Syndrome

    by Jan Felicjan Terelak

    The book is a journal that presents narrations and factual accounts of events covering 144 days the author spent during the Third Scientific Expedition of the Polish Academy of Sciences to the Arctowski Station...

    Social Skills: How to Make Friends The Quickest way Move from an Introvert to a Socialite

    by Tatum Harding

    Moving to a new area might be overwhelming, new place, new neighbors, new job or school. You are not the only one feeling this way. Whether you are in kindergarten or working in a big office making friends is...

    Binge Watching

    by Bridget Rubenking & Cheryl Campanella Bracken

    This book situates binge watching as one of several new television viewing behaviors which collectively contribute to a fundamental change in the way we view television today. Simply put, binge watching changes,...

    Police Response to Mental Health Calls for Service

    by Kayla G. Jachimowski & Jonathon A. Cooper

    Police Response to Mental Health Calls for Service: Gatekeepers and Street Corner Psychiatrists focuses on closing the gap in literature surrounding police responses to mental health calls for service, with...

    Filipino American Psychology

    by Kevin L. Nadal


    Filipino American Psychology: A Handbook of Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice, 2nd Edition compiles the latest and...

    Terrorist Minds

    by Sagit Yehoshua

    Terrorist Minds: From Social-Psychological Profiling to Assessing the Risk explores the process of terrorist behavioural analysis, from the social-psychological profiling of terrorists to the development of...