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an informative text, 25 Nov 2010
The book is a detailed and well written explanation of some psychological phenomenons that make us unhappy when faced with multiple choices.
Now I understand, for example, why when I give (as a teacher) the choice from several possible assignments to my students they look less happy then when I give them a choice between only 2 or 3.
Also, I like the book format. The book narrative is clear and uninterrupted by footnotes and citation. The facts are presented in the form "An experiment showed that...". Then, at the end of the book, there are complete bibliographic references giving the details for each cited evidence or experiment.