Recommended Books and Articles
We periodically add books, articles, and other works that provide empirical evidence for our biocognitive theory and practice. Although the authors of these scientific contributions are not relating their work to biocognition, we extrapolate corroborating evidence from their findings.
- Ader, Robert (ed.)
- Austin, James, H.
- Citro, S.
- Chiao, J.Y. [Ed.].
Cultural Neuroscience: Cultural Influences on Brain Function.
- Cohen, Irun, R.
Tending Adam's Garden: Evolving the Cognitive Immune Self.
- Colombetti, G.
The Feeling Body: Affective Science Meets the Enactive Mind.
- Davidson, Richard J.
The Emotional Life of your Brain
- Gunaratana, Henepola.
Mindfulness in Plain English
- Hodder, Ian. Entagled.
An Archeology of the Relationship btween Humans and Things
- Langer, Ellen, J.
Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility.
- Malafouris, L.
How Things Shape the Mind: A Theory of Material Engagement. Cambridge.
- McGonigal, Kelly.
The Willpower Instinct.
- Northrup, Christiane.
Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom.
- Varela, Francisco, et al.
The Embodied Mind: Cognitive Science and Human Eperience.
- Dickerson, S.S., Kemeny, M.E. et al.
Immunological effects of induced Shame and guilt.
- Pascual Leone, Alvaro, et al.
The plastic human cortex.
- Sabelli, H.
Bios theory of innovation.