by AvidLibraryReader on September 7, 2008There's a lot to learn from this book. I found "thin slicing" one of the most interesting concepts. It explains how a group was able to tell if a pair of newly weds would still be married years later (with a very high success rate) from just looking at them talk for a few minutes. I, personally, am the type who loves reading about that type of topic. If you are as well, then this is highly recommended. I found it helpful for when I make decisions in my daily life as well. This is a non-fiction book with some science involved, but it is explained well enough that anyone should be able to understand. Even though the content should be boring to learn about, the author manages to write it in such a way that it is not boring at all.
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