Author of Look Me in the Eye and Switched On
Neuroscientist and Author of Portraits of the Mind
Director of the Stanford Social Neuroscience Lab | Author of The War for Kindness (June 2019)
Most people think empathy is a trait—you have it or you don’t. Meaning, if you find empathy too hard, there’s nothing you can do. But empathy is a skill that anyone can get better at, says Jamil Zaki, a Stanford psychologist and one of America’s pre-eminent speakers on empathy.
Contributing Writer for The New Yorker | New York Times Bestselling Author
TED Speaker | Neuroscientist | Cofounder and CEO of Backyard Brains
One of the World’s Foremost Neuroscientists | Host of PBS’s The Brain | Scientific Advisor for HBO’s Westworld
How can we harness the brain for maximum creativity—at work, and school? In The Runaway Species, David Eagleman—“the hottest thing in neuroscience” (The Times)—reveals how any organization can adopt a...