Also Published - 5 Popular Science Books
- The List
- 5 February 2009
David Bainbridge - Teenagers: A Natural History This vet from Cambridge writes about teens as though they were animals (in a nice way), providing biological, anthropological and cultural reasons to explain their behavioural patterns. Portobello.
Michael Brooks - 13 Things That Don’t Make Sense Subtitled: ‘The Most Intriguing Scientific Mysteries of Our Time’. Profile.
Sharon Begley - The Plastic Mind The concept of neuroplasticity suggests that our brain can re-set itself to help humans recover from strokes, make them happier and defuse someone’s OCD. Constable.
Martin Brasier - Darwin’s Lost World Subtitled: ‘How Modern Geology Has Discovered What Darwin Could Only Dream Of’. OUP.
Ori Brafman & Rom Brafman - Sway The truth about the dynamic forces that frequently derail our decision-making and veer us towards irrational behaviour. Virgin.