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Believing Is Seeing

by Laura Leavitt

"Believing Is Seeing" is a concise scientific work concerned with human visual perception. Michael W. Levine’s "Believing Is Seeing" is an accessible overview of the many ways that human eyes differentiate the light and stimuli they... Read More

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Nerve

by Matt Sutherland

To what can we attribute a phobia? Is it a bad memory metastasized, or is extreme fear unrelated, or not always related, to memory? Furthermore, what exactly happens when we feel fear? Does the feeling of fear prompt the body to tighten... Read More

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Scatterbrain

by Rebecca Foster

One might assume that training brains towards perfection is a worthy goal, but German neuroscientist Henning Beck’s "Scatterbrain" promotes a different perspective. The book refutes received opinions about the brain’s apparent... Read More

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The Art of Hunting Humans

by Jeremiah Rood

Taking a satirical approach to human psychology, "The Art of Hunting Humans" removes the baggage from study and uncovers ideas that feel fresh and exciting. Sidney Mazzi’s tongue-in-cheek psychology book "The Art of Hunting Humans"... Read More

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Change Your World

by Susan Waggoner

With clinical expertise, "Change Your World" opines on the failure of self-help methods that focus on individual motivation and calls for fostering resilience instead. Michael Ungar’s "Change Your World" argues that resilience is key... Read More

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Out in Time

by Jeff Fleischer

The experience of living as an out LGBTQ+ American has changed a lot in a short amount of time, leading to significant generational differences. Perry N. Halkitis explores those differences in "Out in Time", interviewing men from three... Read More

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