I had to listen at 1.15 speed to maintain attention. The book started out interesting with surprising information but after about chapter 20 or so each chapter turns into a long description of singular experiment and it all blends together .
my brain our probably small, but I found sections to be too much explanation. I get that he did a ton of work, and he Definately proved his points. however, I got lost and didn't need all the details.
This book helped me gain a much better understanding of how we make decisions and remember our actions. The author provides lots of good examples and kept me interested throughout the process. There are lots of new concepts for me on this book so I plan to reread it to get a better understanding.
I listened to this book mostly on my daily commute and it took almost a month to do so.
the principles on the book are important, but it is a very scholarly work that requires your careful attention while you listen.
Outstanding overall content but I guess when you have won a Nobel prize the editor doesn't really get a say. It got a little repetitive at times.