Susan Pinker's New Book
The Village Effect
In this surprising, entertaining and persuasive new book, psychologist Susan Pinker shows how face-to-face contact is crucial for learning, happiness, resilience and longevity. From birth to death, human beings are hard-wired to connect to other human beings.
Random House Canada
Speigel & Grau, US
Atlantic Books , UK Edition
Tantor Media (Audio Book)
Susan Pinker on the benefits of face-to-face contact: BBC Radio,
The Science of Friendship: The Guardian,
Increase Face Time for Business to Build Trust,
February 25, 2015
Can Students Have Too Much Tech?: NY Times,
January 30, 2015
Susan Pinker is mentioned in the Upshot, NY Times article.
January 15, 2015
The Psychology of Religious Blinders: Times Magazine,
January 13, 2015
September 22, 2014
About the Author
SUSAN PINKER is a developmental psychologist, journalist and author whose first book, The Sexual Paradox, won the American Psychological Association’s most prestigious literary prize, the William James Book Award, and was published in 17 countries. A national columnist, lecturer and broadcaster whose work has garnered many writing awards, Pinker’s ideas have been featured in the New York Times, the Times, the Guardian, the Economist, the Atlantic, Financial Times, Der Spiegel, and O, The Oprah Magazine, among other publications. She lives in Montreal.