How We Know What Isn't So
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This remarkable book presents fascinating examples of disastrous reasoning in everyday life and traces them to errors in inference identified by cognitive and social psychologists. The book should put to rest both complaints by laypeople about the irrelevance of scientific psychology and criticisms by other psychologists about the generalizability and consequentiality of errors identified by cognitive and social psychologists.
Published Date: January 1, 1993
Publisher: Free Press
Page Count: 216
Size: 9.25" l x 6.15" w x 0.78" h