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THE ART OF CHOOSING

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Decisions, decisions—they're a pain, but they come bundled up in the very makeup of our brain."The ability to choose well is arguably the most powerful tool for controlling our environment," writes Iyengar (Psychology/Columbia Univ.). Not only are we born with the ability to choose, but also born with an apparent need to do so; nothing frustrates us as much as having no say in a matter. But there ... Read full review

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User Review  - Raed - Goodreads

"Madam, this book will far exceed your expectations" Err... Not mine! Thanks Malcolm Gladwell the next time you meet a person your first piece of advice should not be: write a book! Others suffer you know :/ Read full review

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User Review  - Divya.Narayan - Goodreads

Full of amazing insights and new perspectives. Sheena Iyengar shows command on the subject of her 'choice'. It made me wonder how easily we go through life unmindful of the reasons behind the choices ... Read full review

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User Review  - Wouter - Goodreads

I came across this book by accident so it wasn't a choice by adding it on my toread list. The more I read, the more it reminded me of a book I read last year; "Willpower" by mr. Baumeister, and I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jane - Goodreads

What I took away from this book: We need choice to feel implicated in our lives, but we have too much choice leading to not choosing at all. In the end, this can be used to manipulate us. Small wonder ... Read full review

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User Review  - Utkarsh - Goodreads

This book generally talks about how we make decisions. 1. Our choices are determined by two opposing systems: the automatic and the reflective. Marshmallow experiment. Those who eat the marshmallow ... Read full review

Great Book

User Review  - Thomas Antony - Flipkart

A good book. Not an easy read but makes you review it again , the message sinks in slowly and surely . Nothing more to ask for. Read full review

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

I seldom write a long critique on a book because i) I choose the book because it is my decision ii) whatever I write should not alter other people POV iii) to back up with ii), hopefully providing a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Divya Jain - Goodreads

Great read, especially for those who are unfamiliar with social psychology principles. Because I recently completed a social psychology class I found much of the book to be presenting information I ... Read full review

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