Released in March 2017 by MIT Press, Invisible Mind by Lasana T. Harris takes a social neuroscience approach to explaining the worst of human behavior. How can a person take part in racially motivated violence and then tenderly cradle a baby or lovingly pet a puppy? Harris argues that our social cognition—the ability to infer the mental states of another agent—is flexible.
Hardcover | $40.00 Short | £32.95 | 240 pp. | 5.375 x 8 in | 1 b&w illus.
March 2017 | ISBN: 9780262035965
eBook | $28.00 Short
March 2017 ISBN: 9780262339032
• Keida, G., Harris, L. T., Lelieveld, G-J., & Van Dillen, L. (2017). From the brain to the field: The applications of social neuroscience to economics, health, and law. Brain Sciences, 7(8), 94. doi: 10.3390/brainsci7070092
• Ruba, A. L., Wilbourn, M. P., Ulrich, D., & Harris, L. T., (in press). Constructing emotion categorization: Insights from developmental psychology applied to a young adult sample. Emotion.
• Ruba, A. L., Johnson, K. M., & Harris, L. T., & Wilbourn, M. P. (in press). Development changes in infants’ processing of anger and disgust emotional expressions. Developmental Psychology.