20 edition of How we decide found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||BF448 .L45 2009|
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But when we are picking a stock, intuition often leads us astray. The trick is to determine when to use the different parts of the brain, and to do this, we need to think harder (and smarter) about how we think. This book offers a fascinating look at the new science of decision-making--and how it can help us make better choices Book jacket. 图书How We Decide 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. About the Author. Jonah Lehrer is editor at large for Seed magazine and the author of Proust Was a Neuroscientist () and How We Decide /10().
Imagine and Lehrer's earlier book How We Decide () were recalled after a publisher's internal review found significant problems in that material. He was also fired from The New Yorker and Wired. In , Lehrer published A Book About Love, to negative : popular science. In How We Decide, a youngish Rhodes Scholar named Jonah Lehrer surveys the current state of knowledge about our most important (but also most commonly misunderstood) organ: our brain. At the tender age of 27, Lehrer is already something of a popular science prodigy, having already published a critically acclaimed book called Proust Was a.
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How We Decide is another book in a increasingly-popular genre that uses anecdotal examples to advance neurological, psychological or economic patterns. More than a few authors have attempted to exploit the genre since Freakonomics exploded a few years by: The first book to use the unexpected discoveries of neuroscience to help us make the best decisions.
Since Plato, philosophers have described the decision-making process as either rational or emotional: we carefully deliberate, or we blink and go with our gut/5(K).
67Reviews. The first book to use the unexpected discoveries of neuroscience to help us make the best decisions. Since Plato, philosophers have described the decision-making process as either rational or emotional: we carefully deliberate, or we “blink” and go with our How we decide book.
How We Decide NPR coverage of How We Decide by Jonah Lehrer. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. How We Decide is one of a few essential and popular books dealing with our decision-making process.
If you know and like any of them – Blink, Think, Thinking, Fast and Slow, Predictably Irrational, You Are Not So Smart – then you’ll enjoy this one. If not, please, have a look at all of them.
The first book to use the unexpected discoveries of neuroscience to help us make the best decisions Since Plato, philosophers have described the decision-making process as either rational or emotional: we carefully deliberate, or we "blink" and go with our gut.
But as scientists break open the mind's black box with the latest tools of neuroscience, they're discovering that this is not how the 4/5(37). "How we Decide" takes us through what has previously been believed about decision making, the role emotions play in decision making and assumption most people hold regarding decision making.
Then Mr. Lehrer presents the new research on the brain and what is being learned about decision making. “How We Decide” has one odd omission. For a book that plumbs the mysteries of the emotional brain, it has almost nothing to say about the decisions that most of us would conventionally.
You are given $50 and asked to decide between 2 options. Option 1 is all-or-nothing gamble. There is a 40% chance that you will keep the $50, and 60% chance of losing the lot.
Option 2 is a sure thing, you get to keep $ Which option do you choose. Most people choose the real thing. Sad ending: Jonah Lehrer's book 'How We Decide' is pulled by publisher Jonah Lehrer quit his position as a New Yorker staff writer following allegations that he fabricated quotes in his book.
[audiobook] how we decide. Category People & Blogs; Show more Show less. Book Recommendation: How We Decide by Jonah Lehrer - Duration: David Pakman Show Recommended for you. This book explores the science of how we make good and bad decisions.
It challenges our cultural focus on rational decision-making (through use of anecdotes and experimental evidence), suggesting instead that good decision-making is made through both the emotion and rational parts of the brain working together.
After all, when we’re buying a house or car, choosing a life partner, deciding what to eat or whether or not to have children, we want to make the best choice possible.
Pure logic, we assume, leads to the best choices. We’re wrong. How We Decide uses the latest scientific research to explain brand new understanding about how our brain works. How We Decide: Introduction From the perspective of the brain, there’s a thin line between a good decision and a bad decision, between trying to descend and trying to gain altitude.
This book is about that line. ~ Read more at location How We Decide - by Jonah Lehrer ISBN: Date read: How strongly I recommend it: 8/10 (See my list of + books, for more.).
Go to the Amazon page for details and reviews. Brilliant book with one clear message: our emotional brain is faster and usually smarter than our logical brain. This is a review of his second book, How We Decide (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), which provides, in pages, a micro-analysis of the way we make decisions and of how we can improve this process, as the human brain is “the most complicated object in the known universe”.
Neuroscience and neuromarketing are gaining a lot of attention in the marketing field, and decoding the decision making. How We Decide is a thought provoking read that uses real world examples to clearly explain recent advances in neuroscience.
It is a thoroughly interesting book that will leave readers examining their own decisions and possibly open their minds to a new way of thinking about both their own and others' intentions/5.
Buy How We Decide by Lehrer, Jonah (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). Most of us decide to read a book after reading reviews.
But I don’t think that’s a good system. I’ve often read negative review about books that changed my life. In How We Decide, author Jonah Lehrer explains that our attempts may be fruitless, and besides - too much thought could be the worst way to go about making the really important choices.
Lehrer cites the case of Elliot, a bright and successful young man who lost the ability to feel emotions after the removal of a brain tumor from his cortex. Disgraced pop-journalist Jonah Lehrer’s publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, has just announced that his second book, How We Decide, will be .Decide shows how we can all live more meaningful, productive lives simply by practicing better decision-making.
I invite you—and your team—to start regaining control over your time and efforts by reading this important book.”. On Friday night, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, which published all three of Mr. Lehrer’s books, confirmed that after an internal fact-checking review of his second book, “How We Decide,” it.