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And the cover looked fairly new so I looked at the date it was published; Trivia About Brain Trust: When I got to the end of the braij I found all the puzzles answered and, in looking them over, I rather wished I had taken the time to try to figure them out as I went along.
This barth, after all, tries to make science more accessible to non-scientists. I brushed them over and didn’t really consider any of them. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. And that, perhaps, is enough.
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I am really looking forward to this one! Also, the secrets were in very short sections usually only a couple pages long at most so it easy to read one more section quick before a class or during a commercial break on my TV show.
But there is also some interesting social science in there about how people behave in various situations. They’ll eat this sort of info up and debate it with respect to their own experiences. Paperbackpages. More than anything, reading this book felt more like reading someone’s personal blog. I can’t wait to discuss the related material with my folks.
Sometimes I like books that are divided in lots of little parts because I can pick them up and put them down pretty easily and don’t feel too guilty leaving them to sit for a few weeks before resuming my read.
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There’s scientific info about health, wealth, love and life which would appe Clearly one of the best sunde I’ve read this year and the year’s just started, yay! Feb 16, Long Nguyen rated it it was amazing. I wondered why the guy was trying to be funny in this book — I picked it up to engage in cognitive science, not hoping for something along the lines of David Sedaris.
Feb 24, Dwain rated it really liked it. I highly recommend it!!
At times it felt like a book meant for middle schoolers. Dropped out because it has no single powerful message. Reviewing this book is conflicting. Mar 20, Joshua McDowell rated it it was amazing Shelves: It doesn’t just say one thing. I would recommend this book to all. This alone promises garty knowledge of being able to better understand and thus manipulate undesirable situations into more favorable outcomes.
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Mar 04, Amy rated it liked it Recommends it for: A reader can walk away with at least a handful of tips to employ on their next trip to the supermarket or maybe have something interesting to discuss at a cocktail party. If you enjoy learning random facts and information I highly recommend this book. Overall, I’d give this novel a 2 out of 5. But I must say some of the scientists were pretty awesome! Think of it as a nice change of pace and enjoy yourself. This book is fast paced, sometimes funny, and most important Lists with This Book.
Have to give the author credit for exploring scientific studies in the areas of behavioral science, physics, etc.
This book is filled with nuggets of information, little bite-sized articles, which make it great for sharing with others and is addictive enough that it’s impossible to put down.
You’d probably have a book like this, full of many interesting advices and tips or only informations that could make your life easier! With the mathematical way of shooting, you can possibly made up that 0.