Interesting to read how advances in brain science lead to confirmation of intuitive but traditionally hard-to-prove hypotheses.
The writers provide valuable life lessons for individuals, but (unfortunately) do not discuss the broader societal function of protest movements.
Overly simplified presentation of basic statistics that cuts some corners, as superbly pointed out by Andrew Gelman.
Endearing blend of journalism and personal experience.
The glossary of non-verbal signals and their meaning makes you aware of the limitations of Zoom, Teams, and Skype, espacially in COVID times.
MBTI is more fascinating than expected, from its amateurish origins and its lack of scientific underpinning to its unlikely longevity and commercial success.
The book starts as more-or-less scientific research into drivers of success, but ends as motivational self-help literature.
Unfortunately, the book contains too many anecdotes that feature Woody Allen.
More emphasis could have been put on online shopping where more direct measurement possible and implementation is easier.