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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  - danoomistmatiste - LibraryThing

Lot of useful insights and observations in this well written book. Some of them worth quoting. A few years after the fall of the Berlin wall, folks of the erstwhile East Germany were asked if life was ... Read full review

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very good

Review: The Art of Choosing

User Review  - Cheri - Goodreads

This is the same set up as the book Thinking Fast and Slow - theories, experiments, conclusions, explanations. This is more of a pleasurable read, whereas Thinking felt a little textbook-ish. I ... Read full review

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