The Best Reading List You’ll Ever Find for Cognitive Science and Social Change

Interested in learning cognitive science to solve global problems?  Here’s the best reading list you’ll find to help you do it!  Since writing articles like Want to Change the World? Study Cognitive Science! and Five Things to Make Large-Scale Behavior Change, and recording videos to explain The Great Blind Spot for Sustainability and Where Rational Choice Theory Comes From, I’ve received a lot of requests from people who want to learn more about cognitive and behavioral science.

So in the spirit of open innovation, I’m sharing my reading list.  Check out this video to learn about more than 50 books you can pick up and start reading any time you want to.  They have greatly expanded my understanding of human nature, morality, and the mind so that I can help design transition tools for global civilization.

This intellectual journey brought me to the point last year where I announced that I want to create a new field of research in Human-Centered Design for Global Change.  You can learn more about it by following these links:

Please let me know if I can be helpful to you in your quest for more knowledge.  It’s been incredibly fulfilling to unlock so many secrets about humanity and the dynamic universe we are a part of.  Enjoy!

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