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Running Out of Time—Introducing Behaviorology to Help Solve Global ProblemsChristian Junk
Title: Running Out of Time—Introducing Behaviorology to Help Solve Global Problems
Published by: BehaveTech Publishing
Release Date: 2014
Buy: Amazon, Dogwise.com
Running Out of Time is a 600 page, 24 chapter book introducing behaviorology and exploring how it can help resolve many of the wold’s most pressing problems.
For several decades concerned people around the world, including traditional natural scientists (for example, physicists, chemists, and biologists) have worked to improve and expand solutions to some serious and growing global problems. This has led them to point out that both the problems and the solutions involve a large component of human behavior, and so a natural science of human behavior would be very helpful. Various circumstances, however, have raised difficulties in seeing that such a science already exists. Out of concern to provide the information that they seek, this book introduces the natural science of behavior, called Behaviorology, as another disciplinary member of the science and engineering team working to solve these problems, because Behaviorology is the natural science of why human behavior happens, a natural science to help build a sustainable society in a timely manner, hopefully a manner timely enough to help humanity avoid having to experience the worst effects of these global problems.