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Books by Paul Bloom (4)

  • This landmark scientific investigation by one of the world's leading psychologists reveals empathy to be our most dangerous emotion

  • The distinguished Yale psychologist explores the origins of human morality and what the study of babies and toddlers can tell us about good and evil.

  • The internationally acclaimed psychologist Paul Bloom explores one of the most fascinating and fundamental engines of human behaviour - the new science of why we like what we like

  • A striking exploration of how new approaches to child development can illuminate our understanding of the feelings and beliefs that show us at our most human - humour, disgust, art, religion and morality - by 'the wunderkind of his generation of cognitive scientists' (Steven Pinker)