College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
Goes far beyond what the title implies and gets into the neurology of moral behavior and how technology will influence the way we interact.
I teach nursing at The Ohio State University College of Nursing, Columbus, Ohio.
Emotional Intelligence. Same author and a variation on the same topic.
I don't know.
Let's get along.
I bought the paperback for my daughter. This book is great for new Mom's who want to raise children who are more socially adept.
It seems to me the book is more like a graduate reference in Psychology or Psychotherapy, but it is not a self development book.
I did not enjoy it.
The first 6 chapters.
it should be an Abridged book in one or two hours only.
What more could I ask for in a book of this type, but to help me broaden my understanding of the world around me. Specifically, in this case, to aid me in understanding myself and my fellow members of humanity. While I feel that the author pushes an agenda for social change, I can't blame him for using this book as a pulpit. It was never a bully pulpit, but rather nudging the reader to adopt what the author firmly believes. Shining light into how we behave may not always reveal a pretty picture, but I appreciate the additional illumination.