I believe the title might be a bit misleading. I expected a more psychological/scientific approach to this book. The author, who is also the reader, mentions the scientific method [and what it is] with no actual examples or case studies of his work. His personal experiences, on Opera, don't go into detail as to the psychological aspects of why one believes wierd things. He speaks until he has something to say.
I don'trecommend this book if you're looking for case studies, or actual psychological/scientific data. Borrow it from a friend or go to a book store an scan through it, then decide.
I agree w/ Christine, from Anaheim, CA. I have taken Nihon in a classroom setting and I still had a diffucult time understanding some of the vocabulary. Keep in mind that the narrator is a native speaker and is "saying" the words, not "pronouncing" them. I don't recommend it for someone begining with this language. Listen to the preview before you decide to buy it.
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