跳至产品信息
  • Chocolate Behave Paperback Penguin Random House
1 / 1

Penguin Random House

Behave

常规价格 ¥134.00 CNY
常规价格 促销价 ¥134.00 CNY
含税费。 结账时计算的运费
Title

Shipping

Enjoy complimentary express shipping on all domestic orders within Australia over $150. For orders below $150, a $10 shipping fee will be applied at checkout.

International orders are subject to different shipping rates, which may vary depending on the destination.

All orders are typically processed within 1-2 business days (excluding weekends and holidays) from Australia, from the date of purchase.

Return

All returns must be postmarked within thirty (30) days of the purchase date. All returned items must be in new and unused condition, with all original tags and labels attached.

See more...

About the Book

The New York Times bestseller.  Winner of the 2017 LA Times Book Prize. Why do human beings behave as they do?  We are capable of savage acts of violence but also spectacular feats of kindness: is one side of our nature destined to win out over the other? Every act of human behaviour has multiple layers of causation, spiralling back seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, even centuries, right back to the dawn of time and the origins of our species.  In the epic sweep of history, how does our biology affect the arc of war and peace, justice and persecution? How have our brains evolved alongside our cultures? This is the exhilarating story of human morality and the science underpinning the biggest question of all: what makes us human?

About the Author

Robert M. Sapolsky holds degrees from Harvard and Rockefeller Universities and is currently a Professor of Biology and Neurology at Stanford University and a Research Associate with the Institute of Primate Research, National Museums of Kenya. He is the author of The Trouble with Testosterone, Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers(both finalists for the LA Times Book Award), and A Primate's Memoir. Sapolsky has contributed to Natural History, Discover, Men's Health, and Scientific American, and is a recipient of a MacArthur Foundation genius grant.