I've been reading a lot lately, and one of the most interesting area I've been delving into is evolutionary psychology. Before actually reading some books, journal articles and chapter essays in a few science book, I had a very dim view of the whole discipline, but that has changed.
Here's a list of my reading so far:
Sex and War: How Biology Explains Warfare and Terrorism and Offers a Path to a Safer World by Malcolm Potts
Spent: Sex, Evolution and Consumer Behavor by Godfrey Miller
Why We Believe in God: A Concise Guide to the Science of Faith by J Anderson Thomson
A chapter in Future Science: Cutting Edge Essays from the New Generation of Scientists [edited by Max Brockman
Specifically Children's Helping Hands by Felix Warnerken, pages 17-29
The Moral Life of Children by Paul Bloom [New York Times May 5, 2010]