Subject: Social sciences

Social sciences

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Philip Laughlin, Senior Acquisitions Editor, Cognitive Science, Philosophy, Linguistics, and Bioethics

Categories We Live By

Gregory L. Murphy

After Eating

Lindsay Kelley

Expanding Mindscapes

Erika Dyck, Chris Elcock

A Theory of Everyone

Michael Muthukrishna

On the Brink of Utopia

Thomas Ramge, Rafael Laguna de la Vera, Stefan Hell

Activism

Afonso Dias Ramos, Tom Snow

In Visible Presence

Oksana Sarkisova, Olga Shevchenko

Racism Untaught

Lisa E. Mercer, Terresa Moses, Cheryl D. Miller

Inequality

Carles Lalueza-Fox

The Self-Organizing Social Mind

John Bolender, Alan Page Fiske

What Makes Us Social?

Chris Frith, Uta Frith

Curious Minds

Perry Zurn, Dani S. Bassett

Memory, Edited

Abby Smith Rumsey

Illusions in Motion

Erkki Huhtamo

Families on the Edge

Elizabeth Carpenter-Song

Open Minded

Ben R. Newell, David R. Shanks

Dictionary of Gestures

François Caradec, Chris Clarke

The Abuse of Property

Daniel Loick, Jacob Blumenfeld

A History of the Social Sciences in 101 Books

Cyril Lemieux, Laurent Berger, Marielle Macé, Gildas Salmon, Cécile Vidal, Adrian Morfee

Out of Touch

Michelle Drouin

Green Card Soldier

Sofya Aptekar

The Science-Music Borderlands

Elizabeth H. Margulis, Psyche Loui, Deirdre Loughridge

The Language of the Face

Frank Gonzalez-Crussi

We Are All Monsters

Andrew Mangham

Memory

Fergus Craik, Larry Jacoby