Books by Sam Sommers

Released: Feb. 2, 2016

"If sports bring out the kooky, spooky, and creepy in us, Wertheim and Sommers give us a chance to understand ourselves and perhaps get a grip before we totally lose it."
A strong case for the lunacy of sports as rooted in basic human neuroscience and cognitive tendency. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 2012

"An enjoyable guide for would-be free-thinkers on how to recognize social influences that shape behavior."
Sommers (Psychology/Tufts Univ.) pokes holes in the comfortable assumption that our actions are driven by character. Read full book review >