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Improving your life is much easier than you think. Whether it's losing weight, sleeping more, or restoring your work/life balance - the... Læs mere
A groundbreaking discussion of how we can apply the new science of choice architecture to nudge people toward decisions that will improve their lives by making them healthier, wealthier, and more free
Presenting a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary study of violent behavior and aggression across the lifespan, the second edition... Læs mere
The impact of an ethic of care, or its absence, is the focus of the schooling stories that make up this volume. The case studies examine the interconnected level of daily behaviour, describing relationships within various urban school support programmes.
In this work, Len Oakes - a former member of a religious movement, or so-called ""cult"" - explores the... Læs mere
Kagan demonstrates that innovative research methods in the behavioral sciences and neurobiology, together with a renewed philosophical... Læs mere
Cziko shows how the lessons of Bernard and Darwin, updated with the best of current scientific knowledge, can provide solutions to certain long-standing theoretical and practical problems in behavioral science and enable us to develop new methods and topics for research.
People with intellectual disability cannot assume that they can speak up for and represent themselves. A host... Læs mere