A really good overview of decision-making; from the neurology to the psychology. It gives a really solid review of the major elements and the thinkers and experiments that contributed to its discovery in a compelling and attention holding narrative. A good book, well researched and grounded.
This is a badly written and disorganized book which reads more like an essay on how much the author doesn't like Catholics with a bit of an attempt to link the events to the future revolution in the US tacked on as an afterthought.
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