Andrew Sellon's pleasing performance makes the authors' conversational writing and fascinating insights a treat to hear. His vocal tone is hushed, which makes him sound like he's unfolding a secret or sharing something startling--a good way to interpret an audiobook that is full of surprising perspectives. Two psychologists unpack the habits of mind and perceptual biases that make us believe something merely because it seems familiar. They spell out the myriad reasons we resist questioning new information, especially in social settings, by looking for flaws in an idea or presentation. It's a wonderful lesson for the Information Age. Delivered with natural-sounding enthusiasm, these insights and pointed advice will help listeners be less vulnerable to today's scams and polarizing misinformation. T.W. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2023]
Trade Ed. Hachette Audio 2023
DD ISBN 9781668626498 $24.99
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