Social scientist Daniel J. Levitin explains the many factors that make it hard to think clearly. He addresses common issues in how people think about numbers, words, concepts and the world. He provides suggestions on how to correct these mistakes and improve the quality of your thinking. And he explains how people mislead each other, be it intentional or accidental. If you’d like to cut through the storm of misinformation that marks the information age, getAbstract recommends this useful guide – an excellent tool for anyone interested in dispelling deception.
In this book, you will learn
- Why critical thinking is important,
- How to think more clearly, and
- What factors and contexts make it harder to know what’s true and to be truthful.
About the Author
Daniel J. Levitin, dean of social sciences at the Minerva Schools at Keck Graduate Institute of Claremont, California, has written several books, including the bestseller The Organized Mind.