This book gives a fascinating look into why humans are sometimes bad at decision making. Do I really want to stay up and watch The Office for the 57th time, or should I go to sleep? Stuart can help you understand the complex way our brains work in a very accessible way.
This is a fascinating look into why humans act irrationally (a relevant topic during this year of pandemics and chaos). Vyse covers logical fallacies, superstitions, 'magical thinking,' and the various mental gymnastics people undertake to cover up their poor decisions. Highly recommend this course - it's insightful and the presenter knows his subject cold.
I recommend everyone listen to this book. The information is very thorough and very important to know for optimum brain health. The author lays it all out very well, easy to follow and understand.
the book talkes about superstitions and nothing related to critical thinking and it is all lectures by the nattator
Only read if you want to be bored, and then get a lecture on global warming at the end!
Easy to understand and good examples .