59 Seconds

Think a Little, Change a Lot

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In "59 Seconds", psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman presents a fresh approach to change that helps people achieve their aims and ambitions in minutes, not months. From mood to memory, persuasion to procrastination, and resilience to relationships ...Continua
ibis
Wrote 10/28/11
Excellent! Highly recommended
This is truly an excellent book. It contains a lot of actual useful tips and techniques that are all quick-and-easy to put in place and, above all, backed up by scientific research. That's where this book makes a difference. Personally, this is the b...Continua
Interesting
This book talks about a range of topics usually covered in self-help books in a very informal manner. The difference is that the author is a reputed psychologist and science backs all the assertions made in the text. In several points I could check w...Continua
Waleswong
Wrote 7/16/11
SPOILER ALERT
It is a self help book with research evidence that teaches you how to improve your well beings. Although I have seen some of the researches and conclusions in Tom Rath's "Wellbeing", Malcom Gladwell's "What the dog Saw" and other books, it still prov...Continua
Yggdrasil
Wrote 6/5/11
Finally a book of the kind I was looking for: data, data, data on cognitive psychology experiments - and not boringly presented. OK, some of the stuff might be presented in a slightly watered-down fashion and perhaps exaggerated, but one can always g...Continua

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