An insightful analysis of how the non-rational dominates in human decision-making.Published 3 months ago by Johnston C. Smith
Coming from a science background, one of the basic concepts is the idea that one needs to look at the evidence and then use it to prove or disprove a particular theory and that... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ATC123
Very interesting read.. But what else can you really expect from Dan Gardner?
If you have the time, i would recommend giving this a quick read.
The author does an excellent job laying out how we perceive risk, and all of the troubles that come from that inherently flawed process.Published 15 months ago by Cameron Moser
I really enjoyed this book. It not only stripped away the illusions of how we see events and people but also helped me to understand how we think and how I can better get a more... Read morePublished on April 11 2011 by R. Kilpatrick
Why is there so much fear in society these days? In an age when the advances of technology are such that we should be driving safer, eating healthier and living longer and more... Read morePublished on April 3 2011 by Ian Gordon Malcomson
At the time I write this review there are 7 reviews showing 5 stars and 2 reviews showing 1 star - nothing between. Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2010 by Amazon Customer
I was pretty happy with this book. Most books (and movies for that matter) have great titles and promise much but end up falling (very) short of delivering any real value to the... Read morePublished on April 3 2010 by P. Kudsieh
I wish I could've had my money and time back that I wasted on this book. It is too simplistic and not very well thought out. It insults our intelligence.Published on May 25 2009 by Boiler