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Confused by the Odds

by Aimee Jodoin

"Confused by the Odds" is a fascinating historical survey of theories of probability—and their practical implications. David Lockwood’s social science text "Confused by the Odds" introduces theories of probability and shows how... Read More

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by Rebecca Foster

One in four Americans belongs to no religion, the majority of those having been raised in, and having left, Christianity. In his engaging book "Nonverts", Stephen Bullivant unearths the stories behind these statistics and presents cogent... Read More

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by Kristen Rabe

"Conspiracy" is a fascinating, timely psychological study of those who believe conspiracy theories and of the elusive truths behind those beliefs. Citing an astonishing range of examples, the book defines a conspiracy as two or more... Read More

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The Risk Paradox

by Matt Benzing

"The Risk Paradox" is a valuable psychological exploration in which the experiences of a hundred adventurous risk-takers are mined for lessons in decision-making. Alan Ying and Doug Schneider’s "The Risk Paradox" explores the... Read More

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