Aug 152007
 

What would you expect from this book’s title? A novel? Some kind of self-development guide? I was definitely misguided – and amazingly surprised.
What would you expect from this book’s title? A novel? Some kind of self-development guide? I was definitely misguided – and amazingly surprised.

Daniel Gilbert is a Harvard psychologist and writes about what conclusions we can draw about our imagination of happyness and how to find it from scientific research in psychology, cognitive science, behavioural economics and philosophy. Wrapped up in brilliant, witty writing, using laymen terms and excellently structured.

I had lots of fun to read, learned a lot – and have to read it again and more.

There is a video of Daniel Gilbert presentation “Why are we happy? Why aren’t we happy?” at the TED Conference in 2004.

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