Written by Malcolm Gladwell, "Blink", is an absolutely riveting book. It explains all about the power of thought in milliseconds and those instant connections in a fun, easy-to-read way! He uses anecdotes, statistics, numerous studies and clear thought to relate powerful ideas and concepts.
Also written by Malcolm Gladwell, "What the Dog Saw" is once again amazing. Instead of explaining one big concept though, Gladwell throws together a collection of all his best articles and short pieces.
"The Way of the Peaceful Warrior", by Dan Millman, is not so much about psychology but still has deep thought into peoples reasons and actions. This wonderful novel is for those who want to explore the brain from a philosophical viewpoint instead of from a scientific one. Millmans book is an autobiography about his life and is incredibly captivating!
"Brain Rules" by John Medina is another very interesting book. Medina's book focuses on psychology by looking at the brain from a neurologist/behavioral biologist standpoint and is filled with facts. He explains concepts in a very clear way and focuses on using this knowledge to show how schools and work can be improved!
"Why Zebra's Don't Get Ulcers" by Robert Sapolsky is a clever and humorous book. Reading this book was a bit more complicated and challenging than the others but still great! In this book a lot of concepts and ideas are illustrated and then paralleled towards animals, namely zebras.
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