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traits that predicts political affiliation 20 years later, acetaminophen

has been shown to decrease empathy, birds are better at multitasking

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have one epiphany after another as Sullivan teaches us to take a long

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well, because there are so many times that the topics it covers arise

— whether in the news, conversation, other reading — everywhere,

really.― –Whatâ€s Nonfiction?“In equal parts approachable and mindblowing.

Sullivan gives us a whistle-stop tour of the myriad factors

that make you who you are―—David Eagleman, host of PBSâ€s The Brain

with David Eagleman  “From microbes that make you intoxicated to the

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totally in control of how we think and act, but Sullivan makes a strong

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—Matthew Simon, Wired science writer and author of Plight of the

Living Dead  'Filled with surprising facts, witty anecdotes, and

engaging explorations of the biological forces that make us wh

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