Tag Archives: psychology
How We Think – Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis, Katherine Hayles, (- 2012)
Search inside Yourself – Google’s Guide to Enhancing Productivity, C, Chade-meng Tan, 2012 Meng, Google’s welcomer and Jolly Good Guy, teaches mindfulness, the path to achieving success and happiness. Hardcover, 250 pages.
Apps for Autism – An Essential Guide to over 200 Effective Apps for Improving Communication, Behavior, Social Skills, and More!, Lois Brady, – 2011 Primary educators will want to read this book. It reviews 200 iPad apps that are useful … Continue reading
Brain Bugs – How the Brain’s Flaws Shape Our Lives, Dean Buonomano, – 2011 If you want to understand how the brain works, this book will get you a bit ahead. Written by a professor but very readable. Hardcover, 250 … Continue reading
The Big Shift – Navigating the New Stage beyond Midlife, Marc Freedman, 2011 If you have completed a traditional career and are looking for a more meaningful activity or vocation then this book will interest you. There are many promising … Continue reading
Infinite Reality – Avatars, Eternal Life, New Worlds, and the Dawn of the Virtual Revolution, Jim Blascovich, – 2011 A book on the future of virtual reality, written by California psychology professors. Hardcover, 250 pages.
Beyond Boundaries – The New Neuroscience of Connecting Brains with Machines–and How It Will Change Our Lives, Miguel Nicolelis, – 2011 This book is about advances in brain control of prostheses. Written by a professor of neuroscience and very readable. … Continue reading
A History of Communications – Media and Society from the Evolution of Speech to the Internet, Marshall Poe, Cambridge University Press, 2011 An academic look into human interactions on the Internet. 250 pages.
A Billion Wicked Thoughts – What the World’s Largest Experiment Reveals about Human Desire, Ogi Ogas, – 2011 A survey of porn statistics on the internet, and what it tells us about the human mind. The approach is academic, but … Continue reading
Drive – The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us, Daniel Pink, 2009 Business owners and people planning their career will want to read this. It is about the psychology of motivation. Hardcover, 200 pages.