Category “Biosociopsychology”

The Language and Thought of the Child

Jean Piaget

Classic study into the development of language, thought and logic in the Child.

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Sexual Behavior in the Human Male

Alfred Kinsey (1953)

The classic study.

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Sexual Behavior in the Human Female

Alfred Kinsey (1953)

The classic study.

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The Sacred Prostitute

Nancy Qualls-Corbett

Above all, a warning of the consequences of over-masculinization of society today.

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On Aggression

Konrad Lorenz (1966)

Searching for the roots of human aggression in other animals.

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Civilization and Its Discontents

Sigmund Schlomo Freud

An amusing psychoanalytical approach to civiliization.

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The Territorial Imperative

Robert Ardrey

A classic, original and fairly radical thesis on the important link forged between individuals and the territory they inhabit.

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Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

Robert Sapolsky
Important ideas, poorly communicated.

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Ways of Seeing

John Berger

A highly original and penetrating journey into seeing and believing.

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The Pattern of Human Concerns

Hadley Cantril
A classic global study into the perceived roots of well-being.

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