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Best Popular Science Books You Should Read

Looking for the best Popular Science books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadDanesi employs the lens of history to explore the relationship between popular culture’s content and the means by which it is delivered. The third edition features new chapters on the commercial context of pop culture and explicitly focused on digital culture, as well as exercises and discussion prompts to deepen understanding.
Author(s): . Danesi

Theories of Adolescence (1995)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadA renowned text, THEORIES OF ADOLESCENCE provides students with a concise, well written, illustrated and readable description of the essence of major theoretical positions (both historical and contemporary) about adolescence and about the phenomena of adolescence and development in general. This one-of-a-kind text focuses solely on the theories of adolescence, giving thorough coverage to all the major theories through 14 topic areas.
Author(s): Rolf Muuss

Interpersonal Conflict (2010)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadNormal wear and tear from moderate use. May not include supplements.
Author(s): William Wilmot, Joyce Hocker

Pop Perspectives: Readings to Critique Contemporary Culture (2007)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadPop Perspectives provides students with a solid intellectual foundation in critical thinking, reading, writing, and classical argument through up-to-date, popular culture models, exercises, and assignments that are immediately relatable to the student’s world.
Author(s): Laura Gray-Rosendale

Psychopharmacology for Helping Professionals: An Integral Exploration (SAB 140 Pharmacology) (2005)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadDesigned to make the topic of psychopharmacology accessible to students in the helping professions, this concise, three-part book assists future practitioners in mastering basic concepts and applying these concepts to cases. In-depth discussions of psychopharmacology topics are structured around the three core parts of the book, including basic principles of psychopharmacology, commonly prescribed psychotropic drugs for adults, and psychotropic medications prescribed to children.
Author(s): R. Elliott Ingersoll, Carl F. Rak

Readings about the Social Animal, Ninth Edition (2003)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadOrganized to illustrate the major themes of Elliot Aronson’s The Social Animal, this collection of classic and contemporary readings explores the most important ideas, issues, and debates in social psychology today.
Author(s): Elliot Aronson

Cicero: On the Commonwealth and On the Laws (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) (1999)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadCicero’s On the Commonwealth and On the Laws are his most important works of political philosophy. The present volume offers a scholarly reconstruction of the fragments of On the Commonwealth and a masterly translation of both dialogues. The texts are supported by a helpful, concise introduction, notes and other aids.
Author(s): Marcus Tullius Cicero, James E. G. Zetzel

Fundamentals of Case Management Practice: Skills for the Human Services (2008)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadGuide your students from the classroom to success in today’s social service setting with the step-by-step practical skills found in this outstanding case management text/workbook. Summers’ FUNDAMENTALS OF CASE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE: SKILLS FOR THE HUMAN SERVICES, Third Edition, focuses on what’s most important for students to consider, document, and pass along within each step of the human service process.
Author(s): Nancy Summers

The Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the World and How It Works (2011)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should ReadThe Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the World and How It Works encapsulates centuries of scientific thought in one volume. Natural phenomena, revolutionary inventions, scientific facts, and the most up-to-date questions are all explained in detailed text that is complemented by visually arresting graphics.
Author(s): National Geographic, Marshall Brain

Private Guns, Public Health (2006)

 Best Popular Science Books You Should Read“In this small book David Hemenway has produced a masterwork. He has dissected the various aspects of the gun violence epidemic in the United States into its component parts and considered them separately. He has produced a scientifically based analysis of the data and indeed the microdata of the over 30,000 deaths and 75,000 injuries which occur each year.
Author(s): David Hemenway

Best Popular Science Books You Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some popular science books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Posthuman Biopolitics: The Science Fiction Of Joan Slonczewski

Author(s): Bruce Clarke
ID: 2475595, Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, Year: 2020, Size: 3 Mb, Format: pdf

Mind Reading as a Cultural Practice

Author(s): Laurens Schlicht; Carla Seemann; Christian Kassung
ID: 2527469, Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan, Year: 2020, Size: 5 Mb, Format: pdf

Popular Science

Author(s): Doug Cantor
ID: 2791824, Publisher: Weldon Owen, Year: 2020, Size: 25 Mb, Format: mobi

Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to Los Angeles Times, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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