This Good Reads section highlights research material published by authors who can enhance your understanding of key mindset architecture issues. In particular, this section highlights books and articles published by philosophers, social scientists, and practitioners who are investigating the neurobiological structure in our bodies, brains, and minds held. Moreover, this section highlights books and articles published by authors who explain and analyze the developmental aspects of this neurophysiological hardwiring. Featured material will also examine work published by practitioners writing about the unique mindsets that characterize particular groups of people, especially today's leaders, learners, and organizational change agents. Finally, this section will review books and articles that examine the ideas of practitioners writing about the ways we can support individual human beings develop their habitual modes of thinking and habits of mind.