This fascinating book explores the biology behind human behavior, both good and bad. It offers insightful explanations for why we act the way we do, ranging from our evolutionary origins to the effects of drugs and stress on our brains. Robert Sapolsky provides a wealth of information that is both informative and entertaining, making it an enjoyable read for anyone interested in psychology or science.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone interested in psychology or science. It offers a wealth of information about human behavior, both good and bad.
- The author is a well-known and respected scientist
- The book is packed with information on human behavior
- It’s interesting and entertaining to read
- The author often goes into scientific detail that can be difficult to follow
- The book is quite long and may not be suitable for everyone
- Some of the content is dark and depressing
Learn more about the author
Robert Sapolsky is a neuroscientist and professor of biology at Stanford University. He has written extensively about the links between biology and behavior, and his research on stress hormones has won him numerous awards.
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“Robert Sapolsky is one of the greatest thinkers of our time and Behave is a masterpiece. This book will change how you see yourself, other people, and the world around you.”
“I loved this book! It provides a fascinating look at the biology behind human behavior, explaining everything from our evolutionary origins to how drugs and stress can affect our brains. Robert Sapolsky does an excellent job of making complex concepts easy to understand, and he offers plenty of interesting anecdotes that kept me entertained throughout the entire book. If you’re interested in psychology or science, I highly recommend reading Behave.”
“I loved this book! It’s well written and easy to understand, even for someone like me who doesn’t have a scientific background. Sapolsky covers a lot of ground, explaining the biology behind everything from altruism to violence. I learned a lot and had a great time reading it.”