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This is an interesting, enlightening and fun book to read. However, for anyone who is not familiar with this topic, the title should be changed to “Humble Pie. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mike Joplin
Scott Plous' perspective on Social Psychology, and on how counterintuitive (sometimes startling) findings from this fertile field of study translate into radical lessons that we'd... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amy
This book is ok but the contents are very old. The book needs to be updated. We'll probably use this book as a supplement in the medical school.Published 15 months ago by Richard Anderson
There are some overstatements here and there by the author, when he comes to drawing conclusions from various experiments, but, despite some political disagreements, I can't say I... Read morePublished 21 months ago by G. Gawne
Please read at least one chapter and think about a personal example, it will become evident. This book is worth every dollar.Published 22 months ago by Jonathan
The author explains abstract topics in marvelously clear ways. Never relies on the smoke screen of statistics, but uses plain language to make accessible just how us humans tick.Published 23 months ago by Terrance M. Porter
If you are involved in any kind of social science, whether as an academic or for the purposes of business, politics, non-profit, or really anything where you need to understand how... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Timothy M