Tempe, AZUSA 85281
January 6, 2013
neuropsychology, perception, sociobiology, etc.
Thanks so much, Henry. I'm so glad the textbooks were helpful. My reading interests tend to be all over the place. I like literature (classical but experimenting with contemporary lit as well), British humor (PG Wodehouse and the like), studies in psychology, sociology, political biographies, history, books on the writing craft, religion, spirituality etc.
I hope to make it to the meeting tomorrow. It just depends on when I get off work. I hope you're having a great week.
Hi Henry, I called Changing Hands and found it's on back order. I see it's available through Amazon and as an ebook for Nook or Kindle. I checked the local libraries and their copies are checked out...probably by people coming to the discussion. :) I discovered the book by watching a show on PBS. This is the link to the full episode. http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episod...
Please join us without reading the book. It would be great to hear your thoughts.
Hi Henry, Welcome to the ASU Science Book Discussion. We look forward to meeting you. And thank you for the book recommendations. I'll take a look at those and send out a poll to the group for feedback. Thank you!