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We defy common sense and good judgment on a daily basis. Learn to tame your stupid brain. We reason poorly, think incorrectly, and overlook the truth every single day. We can't be perfect, but at least we can be a little less wrong from time to time. Cure your mental glitches, blind spots, and errors in reasoning and logic. Brain Blunders is a book that w We defy common sense and good judgment on a daily basis. Learn to tame your stupid brain. We reason poorly, think incorrectly, and overlook the truth every single day. We can't be perfect, but at least we can be a little less wrong from time to time. Cure your mental glitches, blind spots, and errors in reasoning and logic. Brain Blunders is a book that will get you to think about how you think. You are not so smart; in fact, humans are not so smart! This book is equal parts entertainment, neuroscience textbook, and field guide to better living. Written in an easy and humorous manner, discover the origins of the irrationalities you see all around you. Take a deep look into the roots of illogical and rash decisions – how they form, and how they persist in our lives. Get your fill of understanding human psychology and the peculiar choices we all make from time to time. We all recognize our big blunders, but it’s the subconscious ones that define us. Develop clarity of thought and see the patterns of human error. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. Discover your brain’s subtle tricks and everyday illusions. • Why our concept of free will is illusory at best. • The roots of superstitious and magical thinking. • How advertisers are so effective at emptying our wallets. • How our memories are both incredible and horrific at the same time. • Why we are pretty sure we’re above average in things we’re terrible at. • The real reason that we see animals in clouds and faces in toast. Thinker smart by scrolling up and clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page.


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We defy common sense and good judgment on a daily basis. Learn to tame your stupid brain. We reason poorly, think incorrectly, and overlook the truth every single day. We can't be perfect, but at least we can be a little less wrong from time to time. Cure your mental glitches, blind spots, and errors in reasoning and logic. Brain Blunders is a book that w We defy common sense and good judgment on a daily basis. Learn to tame your stupid brain. We reason poorly, think incorrectly, and overlook the truth every single day. We can't be perfect, but at least we can be a little less wrong from time to time. Cure your mental glitches, blind spots, and errors in reasoning and logic. Brain Blunders is a book that will get you to think about how you think. You are not so smart; in fact, humans are not so smart! This book is equal parts entertainment, neuroscience textbook, and field guide to better living. Written in an easy and humorous manner, discover the origins of the irrationalities you see all around you. Take a deep look into the roots of illogical and rash decisions – how they form, and how they persist in our lives. Get your fill of understanding human psychology and the peculiar choices we all make from time to time. We all recognize our big blunders, but it’s the subconscious ones that define us. Develop clarity of thought and see the patterns of human error. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience. Discover your brain’s subtle tricks and everyday illusions. • Why our concept of free will is illusory at best. • The roots of superstitious and magical thinking. • How advertisers are so effective at emptying our wallets. • How our memories are both incredible and horrific at the same time. • Why we are pretty sure we’re above average in things we’re terrible at. • The real reason that we see animals in clouds and faces in toast. Thinker smart by scrolling up and clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page.

50 review for Brain Blunders: Uncover Everyday Illusions and Fallacies, Defeat Your Flawed Thinking Habits, And Think Smarter (Or Just Less Stupidly)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Henry

    This book is a short look at how your brain affects your perception. The author outlines the many instances where what you perceive is not really reality. Understanding how this works, allows you to re-examine your own logic and conclusions. I think the author could have provided more examples of how to control these perceptions, many of them were presented as "this is what it is" with little "here's how to change it." Overall it was a quick read with a refresher on how your brain perceives the w This book is a short look at how your brain affects your perception. The author outlines the many instances where what you perceive is not really reality. Understanding how this works, allows you to re-examine your own logic and conclusions. I think the author could have provided more examples of how to control these perceptions, many of them were presented as "this is what it is" with little "here's how to change it." Overall it was a quick read with a refresher on how your brain perceives the world around you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris Boutté

    I always try to keep a book or two in rotation that reminds me of all of the ways we experience flawed thinking. This was a short book and covered about five or six main topics. It covered a few studies I haven't read about from other books, so that's definitely a plus since I've read so many of these. I always try to keep a book or two in rotation that reminds me of all of the ways we experience flawed thinking. This was a short book and covered about five or six main topics. It covered a few studies I haven't read about from other books, so that's definitely a plus since I've read so many of these.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Edna Wilkerson

    Self understanding Interesting summary book of thinking and memory. This is written to provide understanding by simplifying complex entities. It would be a good book for young moderately autistic people as well as general population education.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    Nice connection Appreciated the readability and connection between neuroscience and action or inaction. Helps one to stop and think, why am I reacting this way.

  5. 4 out of 5

    mark van muylem

    Nice introduction to perceptions vs. reality. Well documented but remains on the surface of the subject, was hoping for ways to avoid being tricked.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Miguel Rodriguez Sr

    Entertaining at best, but no scientific breakthroughs, I regret the purchase. I really didn't get the point of the author. Possibly because I fall into the stupid people category. Entertaining at best, but no scientific breakthroughs, I regret the purchase. I really didn't get the point of the author. Possibly because I fall into the stupid people category.

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