By Brian Livingston
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This month, we have a special bonus download that can be helpful to all information professionals who want to keep from jumping to the wrong conclusions.
Snap Judgment: When to Trust Your Instincts, When to Ignore Them, and How to Avoid Making Big Mistakes with Your Money (photo, below) is a new hardcover book on the way human beings instinctively misjudge number problems.
The author, David E. Adler, is a leader in the new field of behavioral economics. He’s a writer for Financial Planning magazine and the producer of a forthcoming special on the U.S.’s PBS network showing how people make costly errors.
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