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Every one should read this book. It explains so much of the stuff in life that appears to make no sense.Published 7 months ago by David Zinda
Poised to discredit some people and that wasn't very nice. Walk a mile in their shoes.Published 9 months ago by Mac
One of the most important books about rationality available today. Excellent integration and analysis of decades of literature, much of which was conducted by or with the author.Published on April 28, 2013 by Barbara A. Drescher
This book is poorly written, but the ideas in it are priceless. It offers great insights about the dumbfounding conundrum: How come some of our most intelligent, razor-sharp minded... Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Jonathan P.
Professor Stanovich was asking himself the question why smart, i.e. intelligent, people act foolishly, for example, why they make financial decisions that cause them to lose a lot... Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by cut-e scienceblog
Fundamentally, this book does something I have been consistently looking for; Although I have found and read a number of books on biases in the human brain, this book goes the... Read morePublished on September 2, 2010 by Jonnan West
In the next book, skip the political in jokes, and choose a less polarizing figure to make fun / an example of. "Bush stupid", har har. Read morePublished on July 12, 2010 by Amazon Customer
Ever wonder why your neighbor with the PhD consults the daily horoscope? Keith Stanovich has a pretty persuasive answer. Read morePublished on April 23, 2010 by J. Davis
Seems like an interesting book--basically that high IQ doesn't stop one from faulty thinking. Unfortunately this applies to the author. Read morePublished on January 13, 2010 by Brorson