Cognitive Illusions: A Handbook on Fallacies and Biases in Thinking, Judgement and Memory Hardcover – 28 Oct 2004
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'This book is a marvellous achievement. Whereas many edited collections are best dipped into, I recommend reading this one from beginning to end. In doing so one becomes aware of the tantalising possibility that different psychological phenomena just might share some connection. In addition, the inclusion of classroom demonstrations in each chapter will be an invaluable resource for instructors.' - David Hardman, Department of Psychology, London Metropolitan University
Investigates a wide range of fascinating psychological effects in the way we think, judge and remember in our every day lives.See all Product description
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An excellent compilation of the many heuristics and biases we face everyday in our thinking and evaluating. Scholarly articles but understandable enough for the lay person. I learned a great deal and it was very helpful for preparation of my critical thinking class.
31 May 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Very comprehensive book on the subject.
23 June 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Comprehensive. Well sourced. A bit of duplication in concepts covered but due to the lack of academic material on this subject this book is maybe the best out there.