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A well writen, fun and easy to read book.
By giving me a really clear view of how my thinking sometimes goes astray, I find myself better able to notice when I'm falling for classic cognitive mistakes.
I really love the way the book is laid out with the Misconception and then The Truth -- just like the first one.
As entertaining as it was informative. Loads of information, well organized, and enlightening. Great read.Published 3 days ago by Khara Plicanic
Buy the e-book - the type face in the published edition induces eyestrain...Published 8 days ago by Jerome Kekatos
Almost every page of this book brought to mind how I really don't know myself like I think I do. I wonder as tomorrow starts whether I will become a different person because I... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bill Wagner
This book covers all the different ways in which humans do things unwittingly, sometimes to their own detriment. Read morePublished 16 days ago by bronx book nerd
Este es un recorrido por los rincones que la mente nos tiene preparados para sobrevivir a cualquier costo. Read morePublished 18 days ago by LuisMariano
Good one also. Full of insights.
I would hope that the research he is popularizing eventually gets into our grade schools so people understand what lousy decisions we are... Read more
I listened to the audiobook version of You Are Now Less Dumb: How To Conquer Mob Mentality, How to Buy Happiness, and All the Other Ways to Outsmart Yourself. Read morePublished 22 days ago by P. Greer
Great fun, well written. Perhaps a bit too much faith in those of us in the social science research biz, but I'm really glad David wrote this; it's a nice intro for everyone.Published 26 days ago by Gerald Eads
An absolute wonderful book on psychology. The books strongest point is its informal and funny language, making it a bliss to read and learn how to be less dumb. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Martin Jul Hammer