Bibliography

This is not a comprehensive account of every book that contributed to the facts and ideas contained within Sort Your Brain Out, but these excellent, eye-opening books nonetheless come highly recommended and are all highly relevant to the subjects covered.

 

Ariely, D. Predictably Irrational, London: HarperCollins, 2008

 

Arrowsmith-Young, B. The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, London: Square Peg, 2012

 

Brockman, J. (ed.) Is The Internet Changing The Way You Think?, New York: HarperCollins, 2011

 

Buchanan, A. Better Than Human, New York: Oxford University Press, 2011

 

Christakis, N. A. and Fowler, J. H. Connected, London: HarperPress, 2010

 

Doidge, N. The Brain That Changes Itself, London: Penguin, 2007

 

Greenfield, S. Tomorrow’s People, London: Penguin, 2004

 

Kahneman, D. Thinking, Fast and Slow, London: Penguin, 2012

 

Klingberg, T. The Overflowing Brain, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009

 

Lehrer, J. Proust Was A Neuroscientist, New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2007

 

Lehrer, J. The Decisive Moment, Edinburgh: Canongate Books, 2009

 

Lehrer, J. Imagine, New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012

 

Martin, P. Counting Sheep, London: Flamingo, 2003

 

Montague, R. Your Brain Is (Almost) Perfect, London: Penguin, 2007

 

Nutt, D. Drugs Without The Hot Air, Cambridge: UIT, 2012

 

Rose, H. and Rose, S. Genes, Cells and Brains, London: Verso, 2012

 

Rose, S. Lifelines - Life Beyond the Gene, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997

 

Sharot, T. The Optimism Bias, London: Constable and Robinson, 2012

 

Thaler, R. H. and Sunstein, C. R. Nudge, London: Penguin, 2009

 

 

FURTHER READING

 

(the following books were all discovered since writing our book but are all highly relevant and brilliantly written)

 

Davies, J. Cracked – Why Psychiatry Is Doing More Harm Than Good, London: Icon Books Ltd, 2013

 

Hurley, D. Smarter – the New Science of Building Brain Power, New York: Hudson Street Press, 2013

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