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What's Your Bias?: The Surprising Science of Why We Vote the Way We Do

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What's Your Bias?: The Surprising Science of Why We Vote the Way We Do

Longitud: 186 página1 hora

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Psychologists have been studying how we make political choices for years, and the truth is, we're a lot less rational than we think we are; we vote for reasons we're not even consciously aware of. In this absorbing book, Lee de-Wit delves into the science to show what kind of political animals we really are, looking at: personality type and political persuasion; tribalism and the appeal of nationalism; confirmation bias and fake news; emotional responses and irrational decision-making; fairness and cheating; altruism and self-interest; and race and group identity. Psychology can help us to better understand the decisions we make in modern politics, and there are fascinating insights to be gained—whether we agree with one another's views or not. Whether you want to know more about yourself, your friends and family, or the bigger political picture, this is essential reading.
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