Science

Science

A General Theory Of Love will help you reprogram your mind for better emotional intelligence and relationships by teaching you what three psychiatrists have to say about the science of why we experience love and other emotions.
Lost Connections explains why depression affects so many people and that improving our relationships, not taking medication, is the way to beat our mental health problems.
How Not To Die delivers a template for extending your life based on scientific research which recommends switching to a mainly plant-based diet.
Brainstorm is a fascinating look into the teenage brain that explains why adolescents act so hormonally and recklessly.
Born To Run explains the natural benefits of long-distance running, and how you can become a better runner too, based on several years of research, experiences, and training.
The Sports Gene is a look at how genes affect our abilities, motivations, and endurance in sports, explaining why some people are better suited for certain sports than others.
The Brain That Changes Itself explores the groundbreaking research in neuroplasticity and shares fascinating stories of people who can use the brain’s ability to adapt and be cured of ailments previously incurable.
Psycho-Cybernetics explains how thinking of the human mind as a machine can help improve your self-image, which will dramatically increase your success and happiness.
Rest examines why traditional methods of working too long and hard are inefficient compared to working less, resting, and playing to accomplish your best work.
Against Empathy explains the problems with society’s obsession with empathy and explores its limitations while giving us useful alternatives for situations in which it doesn’t work.
Altered Traits explores the science behind meditation techniques and the way they benefit and alter our mind and body.
Behave sets out to explain the reason behind human behavior, good or bad, by exploring the influences of brain chemistry and our environment.
Merchants of Doubt explains how a small but loud group of researchers were able to mislead the public about the truths around global warming, tobacco, DDT, and other important issues for decades.
How Emotions Are Made explores the often misconstrued world of human feelings and the cutting-edge science behind how they’re formed.