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Neutron Stars

The Quest to Understand the Zombies of the Cosmos Katia Moskvitch

“Fantastic…Not only are there great insights into the physics that underpin these zombie stars, but they are often explained using anecdotes from scientists all over the globe…Moskvitch has written a beautiful book of personal stories, entwined with an exploration of these exotic stellar objects.” —Amber Hornsby, BBC Sky at Night 15 color photos, 11 photos 304 pp. $29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674919358

Vera Rubin A Life

Jacqueline Mitton • Simon Mitton Foreword by Jocelyn Bell Burnell “A vivid biography of [a] trailblazing astronomer…Stargazers will be delighted by this spirited account.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) “This superb book brings alive her grace and relentless study of the rotation curves of galaxies, as well as her push for women to succeed and excel in astronomy and astrophysics. This book firmly cements Rubin’s place within the history of astronomy.” —Carolyn Collins Petersen, author of The Discovery of the Universe Belknap Press 40 photos 320 pp. $29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674919198

What Stars Are Made Of

The Life of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin Donovan Moore Foreword by Jocelyn Bell Burnell ★ A New Scientist Best Science and Technology Book of the Year ★ A Physics Today Book of the Year ★ A Science News Favorite Book of the Year

“A rich and illuminating biography of a scientist whose contributions have been underappreciated for too long.” —Donna Lu, New Scientist “A riveting tale of a woman who knocked down every wall put before her to get the answers she desired about the cosmos.” —Christopher Crockett, Science News 58 photos 320 pp. $29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674237377

Spacefarers

How Humans Will Settle the Moon, Mars, and Beyond Christopher Wanjek

★ A Telegraph Best Science Book of the Year “Nerdily engaging (and often funny).” —The Guardian “Wanjek’s analysis of the commercial approach to space exploration adds an important perspective to the conversation about our future in space.” —Science 22 photos, 1 illus., 1 table 400 pp. $29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674984486

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The Nature of Fear

Survival Lessons from the Wild Daniel T. Blumstein

“A revelatory and masterful work by the world’s authority on fear in animal societies. Blumstein focuses the lenses of animal behavior and evolution on very human anxieties and fears. The result is a beautifully written book rich in crucial insights, with salience for scientists, students, policy makers, and every human being navigating their way through our sometimes frightening world.” — Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, coauthor of Wildhood and Zoobiquity 256 pp. $25.95 • £20.95 cloth 9780674916487

Army Ants

Ultimate Social Hunters Daniel J. C. Kronauer

“Never before have I read such a comprehensive, engaging history of the exploration and discovery of army ants. Wonderfully written, with superb photographs, Army Ants is a joy to read.” —Bert Hölldobler, coauthor of The Ants and Journey to the Ants “A phenomenal book on army ant biology that is chock-a-block with jaw-dropping, award-winning photography…This book will show you ants in ways you have never seen them before.” —Inquisitive Biologist 133 color photos, 8 color illus., 1 color map, 3 tables 384 pp. $65.00 • £52.95 cloth 9780674241558

Desert Navigator The Journey of an Ant Rüdiger Wehner “Destined to be a classic in entomology and behavioral biology.” —Edward O. Wilson “This sumptuously produced book is a triumph both of natural history and of science…Understanding how this wonderful eusocial insect can accomplish its apparently miraculous feats of navigation has required imagination, intelligence, and decades of disciplined application. Here, in one place, we can at last savor the full glory of this remarkable achievement.” —William A. Foster, Nature Belknap Press 18 color photos, 153 color illus. 400 pp. $59.95 • £47.95 cloth 9780674045880

Lessons from Plants Beronda L. Montgomery “Montgomery takes us deep into the sophisticated and life-giving behaviors and community lives of plants, giving us evergreen lessons about resilience and diversity along the way.” — David George Haskell, author of Pulitzer Prize finalist The Forest Unseen “A wonderful portrait of life as a plant.” — Jo Handelsman, Director, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery 15 illus. 240 pp. $22.95 • £18.95 cloth 9780674241282

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From Here to There

The Art and Science of Finding and Losing Our Way Michael Bond ★ A Wired Most Fascinating Book of the Year

“If you want to understand what rats can teach us about betterplanned cities, why walking into a different room can help you find your car keys, or how your brain’s grid, border, and speed cells combine to give us a sense of direction, this book has all the answers.” —The Scotsman “Fascinating…makes a compelling case that our ancient abilities to get from A to B aren’t just a matter of geography.” —New Statesman Belknap Press 26 illus. 304 pp. $17.95 • North America only paper 9780674260412

Out of My Skull

The Psychology of Boredom James Danckert • John D. Eastwood ★ A Behavioral Scientist Notable Book of the Year “Boredom is often inescapable these days, as social distancing guidelines keep many of us at home…[This] is an engaging and timely read that is anything but boring.” —Erin Westgate, Science 6 photos, 2 illus. 288 pp. $27.95 • £22.95 cloth 9780674984677

Smellosophy

What the Nose Tells the Mind A. S. Barwich “Lively, authoritative…Aims to rehabilitate smell’s neglected and marginalized status.”s —Mike Jay, Wall Street Journal “Seeks to banish entrenched prejudice against the nose. Barwich… argues that we could discover far more about consciousness if we would only relinquish our old-school fixation on sight…Rather than mapping the external world and constructing an accurate representation of it in the brain, our sense of smell seems to involve a continuous, ever-shifting negotiation between our interior and exterior lives.” —Harper’s 8 photos, 9 illus., 1 table 384 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674983694

Becoming Human

A Theory of Ontogeny Michael Tomasello

★ William James Book Award “Magisterial…Makes an impressive argument that most distinctly human traits are established early in childhood and that the general chronology in which these traits appear can at least—and at last—be identified.” —David P. Barash, Wall Street Journal Belknap Press 24 illus., 1 table 392 pp. $21.95 • £17.95 paper 9780674248281

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The Intellectual Lives of Children Susan Engel “Combining insight, scientific acumen, and exquisite narrative, The Intellectual Lives of Children allows readers to peer into the minds of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers as they explore and learn in everyday moments, emphasizing what constitutes real learning.” —Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Science “A fascinating read for parents who wonder, simply, what is my child thinking? Why do they love collecting? Where did that idea come from? A celebration of children’s innovation and sense of wonder.” —Emily Oster, author of Expecting Better 240 pp. $25.95 • £20.95 cloth 9780674988033

The Origins of You

How Childhood Shapes Later Life Jay Belsky • Avshalom Caspi • Terrie E. Moffitt • Richie Poulton ★ A Marginal Revolution Best Nonfiction Book of the Year

“This book’s authors, having plumbed their data in depth, deliver a flood of insights around the book’s central question: To what degree do our childhood personalities and behaviors predict our adult selves?” —John Donvan, Wall Street Journal 28 illus. 432 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674983458

Why We Act

Untold Stories of the Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote Catherine A. Sanderson ★ A Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership Favorite Book of the Year

“Sanderson’s discussion of the consequences of failing to exhibit moral courage felt ripped from 2020 headlines—all of them. It informed my thinking and conversations with everyone…It encouraged me to persevere through many moments when it felt far easier to stop trying.” —Christy E. Lopez, Washington Post “Makes a powerful argument for building, as early as possible, the ability to stand up for what’s right in the face of peer pressure, corrupt authority, and even family apathy.” —Psychology Today Belknap Press 272 pp. $27.95 • £22.95 COBEEI cloth 9780674241831

What It Means to Be Human

The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics O. Carter Snead ★ A Wall Street Journal Best Book of the Year

“By sketching out an ethic of mutual obligation rooted in our common vulnerabilities, the book opens a path toward a more humane society…Among the most important works of moral philosophy produced so far in this century.” —Yuval Levin, Wall Street Journal 336 pp. $39.95 • £31.95 cloth 9780674987722

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Altered Inheritance

CRISPR and the Ethics of Human Genome Editing Françoise Baylis

“A vivid call to action…Timely and important…Commitments to justice, responsibility, accountability, and consensus-building are features of a socially just science and bioethics. Toward this end, Altered Inheritance is a foundational tool in the path ahead.” —Adam Hayden, Science 11 illus. 304 pp. $24.95 • £19.95 cloth 9780674976719

Testosterone

An Unauthorized Biography Rebecca M. Jordan-Young • Katrina Karkazis ★ A Progressive Favorite Book of the Year ★ A TechCrunch Favorite Read of the Year

“The authors present strong and persuasive arguments that demythologize and defetishize T as a molecule containing quasi-magical properties, or as exclusively related to masculinity and males.” —Linda Roland Danil, Los Angeles Review of Books “A critique of both popular and scientific understandings of the hormone, and how they have been used to explain, or even defend, inequalities of power.” —The Observer 5 illus. 288 pp. $29.95 • £23.95 cloth 9780674725324

Good Enough

The Tolerance for Mediocrity in Nature and Society Daniel S. Milo ★ A PopMatters Best Nonfiction Book of the Year “Takes aim at this image of evolution as relentless improvement.” —Gregory Radick, Times Literary Supplement “A thought-provoking critique of the dominance of adaptationist explanations. He argues that, while natural selection is important, it is not the only, possibly not even the default mechanism, in evolution.” —Leon Villager, Inquisitive Biologist 16 color photos, 21 color illus., 1 photo, 2 tables 320 pp. $28.95 • £20.00 cloth 9780674504622

Failure to Disrupt

Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education Justin Reich “As the pandemic forces so many school systems and learning institutions to move online, the desire to educate students well using online tools and platforms is more pressing than ever. But as Justin Reich illustrates in his new book, Failure to Disrupt, there are no easy solutions or one-size-fits-all tools that can aid in this transition.” —Kanwal Singh, Science 336 pp. $27.95 • £22.95 cloth 9780674089044

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Gravity’s Century

From Einstein’s Eclipse to Images of Black Holes Ron Cowen ★ A Science Friday Best Summer Science Book ★ A Discover Best Science Book for Summer ★ A Symmetry Best Physics Book of the Year “This is as good a short introduction to Einstein’s thought as one could wish for.” —Simon Ings, The Spectator “In a conversational style, the veteran physics writer chronicles the field’s greatest hits in the century since a solar eclipse proved Einstein was right.” —Gemma Tarlach, Discover 10 photos, 11 illus. 192 pp. $26.95 • £21.95 cloth 9780674974968

Fraud in the Lab

The High Stakes of Scientific Research Nicolas Chevassus-au-Louis Translated by Nicholas Elliott ★ A Times Higher Education Book of the Week

“This bracing critical analysis…skewers the ‘publish or perish’ lab culture driving scientific fraud…Shows the serious, real-life impacts of ‘data beautification,’ manipulated images, and plagiarism.” —Nature 10 illus. 224 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674979451

How We Teach Science

What’s Changed, and Why It Matters John L. Rudolph ★ A Choice Outstanding Academic Title of the Year ★ A Times Higher Education Book of the Week “Scientific research has changed a great deal over the past century, but the ways that students have learned about science have changed even more dramatically. In this engaging and wideranging study, historian John Rudolph traces enormous pedagogical shifts, the aspirations behind them, and why they matter for scientists and citizens today.” —David Kaiser, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 21 photos 320 pp. $36.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674919341

The Bridge

Natural Gas in a Redivided Europe Thane Gustafson ★ A Marginal Revolution Best Book of the Year “Tells how ingenuity, determination and the logic of commerce overcame geopolitics in a way that illuminates not only the story of a molecule, but the recent history of a whole continent.” —Rupert Darwall, Wall Street Journal 4 maps, 8 tables 520 pp. $39.95 • £31.95 cloth 9780674987951

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The Scientific Method

An Evolution of Thinking from Darwin to Dewey Henry M. Cowles

“Cowles shows that what began as a universal process embracing human thought and natural evolution became a prescriptive list of rules setting science apart from everything else…[A] valuable book.” —Jessica Riskin, New York Review of Books “Illuminating…Noting that the idea of the scientific method is a myth, Cowles sets out to trace the origins of its role as the supposed unique route to knowledge.” —Stephen Gaukroger, Times Literary Supplement “Unexpected, provocative, and far-reaching, this book positions the human sciences at the center of rational thought.” —Janet Browne, author of Charles Darwin 384 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674976191

Science under Fire

Challenges to Scientific Authority in Modern America Andrew Jewett “The continued politicization of science is rooted in the discomfort that many still feel about the banishment of ethics, humanistic values, and religion from much of public policy. Jewett’s book reminds us that this tension has a long history and that we should remain attentive to what is gained and lost as science continues to dominate how we understand the world and our place in it.” —Christopher J. Phillips, Science 368 pp. $39.95 • £31.95 cloth 9780674987913

A History of Data Visualization and Graphic Communication Michael Friendly • Howard Wainer “Friendly and Wainer demonstrate the amazing progress that has been made in data graphics over the past two hundred years. Understanding this history—where graphs came from and how they developed— will be valuable as we move forward.” —Andrew Gelman, coauthor of Regression and Other Stories 70 photos, 18 color photos, 36 illus., 4 color illus., 5 tables 288 pp. $49.95 • £39.95 cloth 9780674975231

Newton’s Apple and Other Myths about Science Edited by Ronald L. Numbers • Kostas Kampourakis ★ A Guardian “Favourite Reads—as Chosen by Scientists” Selection “[A] provocative collection that tackles some of science’s most enduring misconceptions and dubious assumptions.” —Gemma Tarlach, Discover “Every reader should find something to surprise them.” Jim Endersby, Science 1 photo, 2 illus. 304 pp. $17.95 • £14.95 paper 9780674241565

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Causation in Psychology John Campbell “There is a simplicity and directness with which John Campbell introduces and pursues material that has become cluttered and blocked in much philosophical discussion that has lost sight of the fundamental problems motivating such discussion in the first place. Causation in Psychology offers genuine, true solutions that should change the philosophical landscape for good. A fascinating, deeply original book.” —Bill Brewer, King’s College London 18 illus., 1 table 224 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674967861

A Theory of System Justification John T. Jost “Why do some in the working class vote against their economic interests? Why do some women support Trump? In this long-awaited volume, summarizing 25 years of work, Jost explains why some members of subordinate groups adopt and defend positions objectively at odds with their best interests.” —Christopher S. Parker, author of Change They Can’t Believe In “A definitive synthesis of nearly three decades of pathbreaking research on the stubborn human tendency to embrace and defend oppressive systems.” —Jon Hanson, Harvard Law School 29 illus., 16 tables 408 pp. $45.00 • £36.95 cloth 9780674244658

Life in the Cosmos

From Biosignatures to Technosignatures Manasvi Lingam • Abraham Loeb

“Are we alone in the universe? Lingam and Loeb provide expert guidance to the many dimensions of this fundamental question— and, just maybe, how to answer it.” — Andrew H. Knoll, author of A Brief History of Earth “A remarkable and modern survey of how to search for life in the universe, from two of the boldest, most innovative thinkers in the field today.” — Jason Wright, Director, Penn State Extraterrestrial Intelligence Center 2 photos, 78 illus., 9 tables 896 pp. $75.00 • £60.95 cloth 9780674987579

Our Universe

An Astronomer’s Guide Jo Dunkley ★ A BBC Sky at Night Best Astronomy and Space Book of the Year “[A] luminous guide to the cosmos.” —Nature “A grand tour of space and time, from our nearest planetary neighbors to the edge of the observable Universe…This little gem certainly won’t disappoint.” —Govert Schilling, BBC Sky at Night Belknap Press 312 pp. $17.95 • United States and its dependencies only paper 9780674248236

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The Black Box of Biology

A History of the Molecular Revolution Michel Morange Translated by Matthew Cobb

“Anyone with serious pretentions to understand what went on in the middle of the last century in the field of molecular biology—discovery of the double helix, genetic code, going on a few decades later to the sequencing of human genome, and the rise of evolutionary development, ‘evo-devo’—simply must read this book. It is comprehensive, well written (excellently translated by Matthew Cobb), and simply absorbing.” —Michael Ruse, Quarterly Review of Biology 528 pp. $45.00 • £36.95 cloth 9780674281363

A Cold Welcome

The Little Ice Age and Europe’s Encounter with North America Sam White ★ Finalist, Cundill History Prize, ★ Shortlist, Longman–History Today Book Prize

“A Cold Welcome is a pioneering and precise environmental history of the European settlement of North America.” —Robert J. Mayhew, Times Literary Supplement “Deeply researched and exciting…[White’s] fresh account of the climatic forces shaping the colonization of North America differs significantly from long-standing interpretations of those early calamities.” —Susan Dunn, New York Review of Books 2 illus., 12 maps 384 pp. $22.95 • £18.95 paper 9780674244900

Neptune’s Laboratory

Fantasy, Fear, and Science at Sea Antony Adler

“In his entertaining, readable history of marine science, [Adler] shows how humanity’s fundamental ignorance about the sea has often fed fantastical ideas of it as savior, battlefield, playground, storehouse, angry beast, or hapless victim…Left me with a sense of urgency about the ocean’s perilous state…Enlightening.” —Boris Worm, Nature “The best narrative of oceanography’s history that I have ever read.” — Helen Rozwadowski, author of Vast Expanses 15 photos 256 pp. $39.95 • £31.95 cloth 9780674972018

Power after Carbon

Building a Clean, Resilient Grid Peter Fox-Penner

“A delight-filled primer for how to overhaul our electricity grid for the twenty-first century. If Fox-Penner can imagine and explain a carbon free system, then surely we can conceive of a way to build it!” — Gretchen Bakke, author of The Grid 3 photos, 26 illus., 7 tables 456 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674241077

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Voice, Choice, and Action

The Potential of Young Citizens to Heal Democracy Felton Earls • Mary Carlson

“This important book presents fascinating research about children’s experiences under difficult conditions in several parts of the world. The book shines with rich detail, heartfelt concern, and deep insight.” —William Damon, Director, Stanford Center on Adolescence “Here is a compelling argument for the democratic capacities of children and youth. Science, philosophy, and two lifetimes of hands-on experience support its bold vision.” — Peter Levine, Tisch College of Civic Life, Tufts University Belknap Press 5 illus. 336 pp. $27.95 • £22.95 cloth 9780674987425

Older and Wiser

New Ideas for Youth Mentoring in the 21st Century Jean E. Rhodes “Rhodes has demonstrated why she is regarded as the foremost authority on youth mentoring in the U.S. and internationally. Her singularly broad and deep knowledge of the science and her unparalleled understanding of the program and policy implications of mentoring research are crystallized magnificently in this important and timely book.” — Richard M. Lerner, Director, Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development, Tufts University 9 illus., 2 tables 240 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674248076

The End of Adolescence

The Lost Art of Delaying Adulthood Nancy E. Hill • Alexis Redding

“Reminds us that the essential psychological challenges inherent in becoming an adult in today’s society—and the supports that adolescents need to make this transition successfully—are not all that dissimilar from what they were in past generations. Scholars and students of adolescence should read this thoughtful book.” — Laurence Steinberg, author of Age of Opportunity “A must-read for anyone who cares deeply about one of the most misunderstood populations in our society—emerging adults.” — Angel B. Pérez, Ph.D., CEO, National Association for College Admission Counseling 232 pp. $35.00 • £28.95 cloth 9780674916500

The Age of Addiction

How Bad Habits Became Big Business David T. Courtwright “A fascinating history of corporate America’s efforts to shape our habits and desires.” —Sean Illing, Vox “[A] compulsively readable book about bad habits becoming big business.” —Micah Meadowcroft, American Conservative Belknap Press 24 photos 336 pp. $17.95 • £14.95 paper 9780674248229

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Numbers and the Making of Us

Counting and the Course of Human Cultures Caleb Everett ★ A Smithsonian “Ten Best Science Books of the Year” Selection

“A fascinating book.” —James Ryerson, New York Times Book Review “A powerful and convincing case for Everett’s main thesis: that numbers are neither natural nor innate to humans but ‘a creation of the human mind, a cognitive invention that has altered forever how we see and distinguish quantities.’ His argument that numbers played a crucial role in the development of agriculture and the complex societies it supported is equally persuasive.” —Amir Alexander, Wall Street Journal 312 pp. $18.95 • £15.95 paper 9780674237810

Ripples in Spacetime

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Third Thoughts

★ A Physics Today Best Book of the Year

★ A BBC Sky at Night Best Astronomy and Space Book of the Year

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Govert Schilling

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Exoplanets

Donald Goldsmith

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John Johnson Jr.

The Number of the Heavens

Steven Weinberg

Tom Siegfried

★ A Science News Favorite Book of the Year

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Bored, Lonely, Angry, Stupid

The Creativity Code Marcus du Sautoy

Luke Fernandez • Susan J. Matt

★ An Entrepreneur Best Book of the Year 480 pp. $19.95 • £15.95 paper 9780674244726

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★ PROSE Award in Computing and Information Sciences Belknap Press 320 pp. $17.95 • Not for sale in UK, British Commonwealth & Europe (except Canada) paper 9780674244719

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The End of Forgetting

Kate Eichhorn

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Rational Fog

Science and Technology in Modern War M. Susan Lindee “One may doubt the ‘science’ of climate change or vaccines, but the power of science is displayed every time a drone carries out a remote strike, a jet breaks the sound barrier, or a nuclear warhead ‘explodes’ inside of a computer simulation. It may be inconvenient, but those truths are neither nebulous nor negligible. They are lethal.” —W. Patrick McCray, Los Angeles Review of Books “Brilliantly illuminates how the ‘fog of war’ creeps beyond the battlefield, engulfing the collaborative and analytical systems of scientists and engineers in the production of weapon systems for the modern age.” —Robert Jacobs, Hiroshima Peace Institute 23 photos 296 pp. $45.00 • £36.95 cloth 9780674919181

First in Fly

Assembling the Dinosaur

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Pardis Sabeti • Lara Salahi

Discovering Retroviruses

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Making Sense of Science

The Emotional Mind

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Stephanie Elizabeth Mohr

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Ingenious

Peter Gluckman • Mark Hanson

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Anna Marie Skalka

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Cornelia Dean

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On Human Nature Edward O. Wilson

★ Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction 288 pp. $33.00 • £26.95 paper 9780674016385

The Diversity of Life Edward O. Wilson

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Biophilia

Edward O. Wilson

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On the Origin of Species

The Lost Art of Finding Our Way

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The Enigma of Reason

John Edward Huth

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Journey to the Ants

The Discovery of Global Warming

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Bert Hölldobler • Edward O. Wilson

The Social Construction of What?

Ronald L. Numbers 320 pp. $30.00 • £24.95 paper 9780674057418

We Have Never Been Modern

Robert Wald Sussman

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The Myth of Race

Ian Hacking

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Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths about Science and Religion

Spencer R. Weart

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Make It Stick

Peter C. Brown • Henry L. Roediger III • Mark A. McDaniel

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Triumphs of Experience

Mothers and Others

In a Different Voice

George E. Vaillant

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Sarah Blaffer Hrdy

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Why People Die by Suicide

Strangers to Ourselves

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Thomas Joiner

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Mind in Society

Ambiguous Loss

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L. S. Vygotsky

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Cognitive Gadgets

Timothy D. Wilson

Pauline Boss

Carol Gilligan

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Healing Spaces

A Clinical Introduction to Lacanian Psychoanalysis Bruce Fink

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In Over Our Heads

Esther M. Sternberg, M.D.

Robert Kegan

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