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Decision Making and Rationality in the Modern World Paperback – 1 Jun 2009

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"In this masterly work, Keith Stanovich provides an excellent and readable review of the literature on the psychology of decision making and the rationality debate that it has engendered. Beyond this, he conveys his own distinctive insights into the rationality of human behavior in the everyday world. This is a most welcome introduction for students to this fascinating and important topic."-- Jonathan Evans, Centre for Thinking and Language, University of Plymouth

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