It's that time of year again. Whether you're on vacation, staycation, or working, you might consider picking up one or more of the Behavioural Scientist's recommended books for Summer 2021.
There's a fantastic line-up this year. Several of the books have an anti-polarization theme to them, which is so relevant in contemporary politics. There's a new edition of Thaler and Sunstein's classic book, Nudge, and a few books that tackle upstream causes of social and ecological problems. One of my favourites is called The Social Instinct, which explores what we can learn from other species when it comes to solving problems through cooperative behaviour.
Check out the full Summer 2021 book list here.