Hans Rocha IJzerman is an associate professor in social psychology at the Universite Grenoble Alpes and the foremost expert on social thermoregulation in humans. His writing has appeared in the New York Times and the Huffington Post. He lives in France.
Thermal regulation is one of the most obvious aspects of life governance. Why would we have invented central heating and air conditioning if it were not? Still, it always takes a back seat to eating and drinking. Hans Rocha IJzerman's informative book will change your mind. -- Antonio Damasio, author of The Strange Order of Things Hans Rocha IJzerman sticks a thermometer into every human and animal behavior to show us how much depends on outside and inside temperature. It is a surprising take that illuminates far more than you might think. -- Frans de Waal, New York Times best-selling author of Mama's Last Hug