Table of contents for Blunder : why smart people make bad decisions / by Zachary Shore.

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Contents
Introduction		Keeping Current
Chapter One		Exposure Anxiety:
The Fear of Being Exposed as Weak
Chapter Two		Causefusion:
Confusing the Causes of Complex Events
Chapter Three		FlatView:
Seeing the World in One Dimension
Chapter Four		CureAllism:
Believing That One Size Really Fits All
Chapter Five		Infomania:
The Obsessive Relationship to Information 
Chapter Six		Mirror Imaging:
Thinking the Other Side Thinks Like Us
Chapter Seven		Static Cling:
			Refusal to Accept a Changing World
Chapter Eight		Cognition Trapped in Iraq
Chapter Nine		Working Toward Wisdom
Epilog			The Judgment of History
Acknowledgements
Notes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Decision making.
Problem solving.
Intellect.
Stupidity.
Errors.
Cognitive therapy.