- Now available! A. D. Redish (2022) Changing how we choose: The new science of morality. Coming soon from MIT Press. (Available from Penguin/Random House, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and elsewhere.)
- A.D. Redish and J. A. Gordon (2016) Computational Psychiatry: New Perspectives on Mental Illness. MIT Press. A Strüngmann Forum Report. [Amazon, BN] [PDFs available @ the Strungmann Forum website]
- A.D. Redish (2013) The Mind within the Brain: How we make decisions and how those decisions go wrong, Oxford University Press [Amazon, BN] Now available in hardback, paperback, and electronic editions.
- A.D. Redish (1999) Beyond the Cognitive Map: From Place Cells to Episodic Memory, MIT Press. [Amazon, BN] [PDF]
Changing How We Choose: The new science of morality
A new book on the “new science of morality” that will change how we see each other, how we build our communities, and how we live our lives.
Drawing on new insights from behavioral economics, sociology, and neuroscience, I argue that moral codes are technologies, that there really is a “new science of morality”, and that this new science has implications for how we understand ourselves and the societies we live in.
Available from MIT Press.