Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain by David Eagleman is a non-fiction psychology book. First released April 7th 2011, the book re-released May 31th 2011 by Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. This 304 pages book available on Barnes and Noble in Hardcover ($15.85 ) and eBook ($13.99) editions. Incognito is an up-to-date look at our current knowledge on how our brains operate. If you know little about the current scientific thinking in this area, then there’s a lot to learn here, but even if you know a relatively large amount, Eagleman’s insight into how this science should impact our wider sociological thinking, especially in relation to the justice system, is well worth a read. Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain Summary If the conscious mind—the part you consìder to be you—ìs just the tìp of the ìceberg, what ìs the rest doìng? In thìs sparklìng and provocatìve new book, the renowned neuroscientist David Eagleman navìgates the depths of the subconscìous brain to ìllumìnate surprìsìng mysterìes: Why can your foot move halfway to the brake pedal before you become conscìously aware of danger ahead? Why do you hear your name beìng mentìoned ìn a conversatìon that you dìdn’t thìnk you…
The Psychopath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Industry is an enlightening and entertaining book which presents questions about psychøpathy in a balanced, but questioning, manner. Written by Jon Ronson, this 288 pages non-fiction Psychology book introduces readers to psychiatrists, patients, victims and perpetrators. The Psychøpath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Industry begins when Ronson learns of a British prisoner who, in a foolhardy plan for early release, pretends that he is insane. This foxy hoax worked so well that the convict finds himself incarcerated as incurably mad. From that dizzying takeoff, Ronson’s book cruises to theories about CEO and politician psychøpaths and interviews with neurologists about telltale clues of mental dysfunction. A refreshing take on the grim topic of lunący. Even this is a non-fiction book, the story inside it was like an adventure fantasy story. Recommended book for anyone with a taste for the non-gory bits of CSI and Law & Order and/or for those who curious about human nature and its darkest side. The Psychøpath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Industry Summary
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