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Publication Date: March 20, 2013
What is happening to our brains when we watch an exhilarating match? Why are fans so loyal to their team? Journalist Eric Simons explores the psychology behind the love of the game. Attending neuroscience conferences, talking to psychologists, scientists and fans, he sets out to discover what it is that makes sport so strangely compelling.
Praise for Darwin Slept Here:
„Bracingly fresh . . . nothing less than exhilarating.” –Michael Pollan
„Hard to put down . . . Keeps the reader wanting more.” –San Francisco Chronicle
About the Author
Eric Simons is the author of Darwin Slept Here (published by Overlook). He is a contributor to NPR’s RadioLab, the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle, among others, and he teaches at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He lives in San Francisco.
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