Insightful Exploration of Human Social Connections: A Review of 'Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect'
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Insightful Exploration of Human Social Connections: A Review of 'Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect'

The book 'Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect' by Matthew Lieberman receives mixed reviews. While some readers find it insightful and well-written, others criticize it for being boring or lacking in scientific references. The book delves into the importance of social connections and the impact on human behavior, showcasing neuroscience research. Some readers appreciate the technical depth, while others find it overly detailed or superficial. Overall, the book sparks discussions on social interactions, brain functions, and societal implications.

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  • Very Informative Read

    Well written book on an important subject. Book is packed with scientific evidence.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Book Content and Style
  • Excellent book, no doubt

    Excellent book, no doubt. Good if you are ok with things getting very technical on the psychology and social side of things.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Book Content and Style
  • Neuroscience and social psychology really connected

    Well structured to illustrate the importance of social ability with convincing arguments and evidence in neuroscience studies. Recommend to readers interested in neuroscience or social psychology.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Neuroscience and Psychology Research
    May 20, 2018
  • Neuroscience meets psychology

    Psychology, sociology and anthropology have been dominated by authors and theories that can be described kindly as “imaginative.” Lieberman here outlines recent developments in neuroscience that finally offer the hope of understanding the connections of mind to society in a way that is authentic and perhaps even practical. Highly recommended.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Author's Credibility and Referencing
    May 12, 2018
  • Enlightening and empowering!

    This book helps shed light on not just our inner experiences and selves, but on the mysterious"others" too. Well written and entertaining, this is not only fun to read, but will change your perspective on many thoughts and interactions in your daily life

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Social Interaction Importance
    Apr 11, 2018
  • Super boring in the beginning

    Super boring in the beginning. I put the book down multiple times and have regrettably not picked it back up since. I want to get into the information within the book but find it tiresome to sift through the evolutionist theory related to the main points.

    One day when I have more time or am so bored, maybe I'll make it through to the good content. FYI, I read little of the book and am writing this a while after. Maybe I'm wrong and just didn't read enough into the book.

    Sentiment
    • None
    Content
    • Criticism of Evolutionary Theory
    Mar 01, 2018
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