....I cannot remember much of it now (but that is probably only me.). It is the classical "get the gist of many interesting social science and psychology experiments together" and it was all really well brought together. It was interesting that all the research cited has strong links to behavioral economics, but (as far as I can remember), Kahnemann and Tversky are not mentioned, as you would expect. But this just shows how things come togeher from many angles.The author narrates it, which comes out really well, I think.
Curiously, there are many things I thought I would want to remember and use, but now I do not remember any ony of them anymore :)
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