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Well researched, covering many aspects of human error. Thought provoking for me as to why we are prone to error and yet continually work to deny that we are ever wrong.Published 27 days ago by Gregg G. Knepley
Kathryn shows how being wrong doesn't hurt as much as we think it would, and a whole lot easier then lying.Published 1 month ago by Edward Chipalowsky
Interesting take on different views as we all have them. It's true that we all have different views and after reading this book, it opens up a new thought on being wrong as it can... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scented World
A tough read, but full of really good information and ideas. Schultz has tackled a subject---wrongness--which most of us haven't thought about. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Having a tough time getting this one started. There seems to be a whole lot of "filler" material, at least in the first couple of chapters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ScottChi in NC
still need to read this. love the Ted Talk that she talks about this.Published 5 months ago by stgoner