You Can Beat Your Brain : How to Turn Your Enemies Into Friends, How to Make Better Decisions, and Other Ways to Be Less Dumb
In the follow-up to the international bestseller You Are Not So Smart, McRaney helps us to overcome our quirks and think more effectively. Informed by the latest studies in psychology, You Can Beat Your Brain is a pocket-sized primer packed with wry humour and astonishing facts. You'll discover why tall people earn more money, why a rickety bridge is a good place for a first date, and how to avoid irrational beliefs and self-delusion.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 129 x 198 x 23mm | 302g
- 03 Oct 2013
- Oneworld Publications
- London, United Kingdom
"Utterly absorbing and entertaining... McRaney's follow-up to his best-selling You Are Not So Smart is just as provocative and punctures self-delusion with equal force." * Daily Mail *
About David McRaney
David McRaney is a journalist, new media guru, and self-described psychology nerd. Twice-recipient of the William Randolph Hearst Award, his first book, You Are Not So Smart, was an international bestseller. He lives in Mississippi and blogs at youarenotsosmart. com.