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Loved this book. I know about the replication issues, but I found the book useful and very informative, and have already started discussing it with professionals in the field. It isn’t all about his own work; I particularly enjoyed the historical background and the range of other people’s studies referenced, and the way he integrated all of these into a coherent story. I look forward to trying some of his ideas in practice. I didn’t enjoy the narration quite as much, possibly because the voice sounded too young/lacked gravitas.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
What a shame. The subject matter is interesting but the writing guide and delivery is so hard to follow. So many lists of examples spoil the flow and by the time we arrive at the point, it was tough to remember how we got there.
Then there is the caveat issue. He makes a point and feels obliged to say the opposite "or not" as if we our intellectual capabilities are diminished to that of a simpleton.
I imagine the target audience for this book are intelligent people interested in the mind, yet it appears the author has no concept of the internal monologue of his audience. I struggled to listen to 3 hours. Will not finish the rest. Disappointed
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