Books by Jerome Kagan

ON BEING HUMAN by Jerome Kagan
Released: March 22, 2016

"'Nature is obsessed with particularities,' writes Kagan. A particularly fruitful book for students of the mind."
Nature or nurture? The answer, writes Kagan (The Human Spark: The Science of Human Development, 2013, etc.), eminent Harvard emeritus professor of psychology, is yes.Read full book review >
THE HUMAN SPARK by Jerome Kagan
Released: June 4, 2013

"An intriguing overview of many of the underlying assumptions guiding modern psychology."
Kagan (Emeritus, Psychology/Harvard Univ.; Psychology's Ghosts: The Crisis in the Profession and the Way Back, 2012, etc.) takes up the cudgels against neuropsychologists and advocates of evolutionary psychology such as Steven Pinker, addressing the question, "What does it mean to be human?" Read full book review >
Released: May 31, 1994

"Written for the general, but not the casual, reader, this work's extensive chapter notes on Kagan's methodology make it especially valuable to psychologists and psychiatrists."
A perceptive look at changing ideas about temperament, plus some strong opinions about the implications of current concepts. Read full book review >
Released: April 6, 1989

A far-reaching discussion of human psychology and traditional methods of investigation. Read full book review >