The Internet can be addictive—by both design and its very nature. Adam Alter parses out some of the ways that our brave new online world has become "Irresistible."
Lie to Me is an entertaining introduction to deceptive microexpressions and body language, as well as the work of Dr. Paul Ekman
If you’ve been trying to brainstorm ways to grow your business in diverse markets, reading this short, practical, actionable book may be your second big opportunity.
Does the feedback sandwich make you lose your appetite? There is a much better way to serve up praise and criticism to feed workplace development. Here's how.
The metrics make it clear that narrative is more powerful than traditional marketing. But why is that? Jonathan Gottschall examines how story exerts a powerful hold over us all.
Trying to solve a tough problem? Sometimes your mindset means more than your skillset. That’s why the Freakonomics team wants to retrain your brain to think further outside the box.
Don't get hornswoggled by statisticulators. Check out part two of our review of "How to Lie with Statistics," and learn to identify faulty facts and devious data from a mile away.
Check out part one of our two-part review of "How to Lie with Statistics" for everything you ever wanted to know about built-in bias, statisticulation, and how mathemagicians use cold hard facts to lie.