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The book is very interesting, easy to read and well supported in science research.
The book present peer-reviewed research on 48 topics about how we all have cognitive biases that influence our thinking and decision making.
This book will help you understand that better, while making you smile, laugh and nod your head with "Aha!" insights along the way.
I have always enjoyed the website, but this book doesn't live up to its level. Not bad, but not as good as I expected.Published 4 days ago by Jerome R. Nowosatko
EVERYONE should read this book. I am not joking. You will learn about your own mind and it will help you be a better person. There's also a podcast!Published 20 days ago by T. Jones
The title of this book says it all. The research was well presented. The author made many studies interesting that could have been difficult to digest.Published 22 days ago by C. Burns
Such an enlightening book. I am starting to reread it so I can retain more of the information, and I have recommended it to so many, including complete strangers.Published 24 days ago by Karen Bieger
Full of good insights on how people really work. Good fun and very enlightening.Published 1 month ago by Carl Scheider
This book is a work of genius. Prepare to be amazed at how silly humans are. If only I could have read this in my twenties... or teens.Published 1 month ago by T. Taylor
The only reason I didn't give this book 5 stars is because some of the over-generalizations within it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chad K.
A litany of logical reasoning biases that almost everyone has already heard of and frequent mentions of questionable studies including the thoroughly debunked marshmallow study on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer