Advantages: Well-researched and a fasctinating topic - one of the best psychology I have read
Disadvantages: None other than not having a single voice
This is the second book I have read that looked at the nature of human error. The first one, "Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error" by Kathryn Schulz, was a half-philosophical work that looked at the whole scope of wrongness and our relationship ...
BlackSwan 13.11.2010 · Read full review
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