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• Why are lovers quicker to forgive their partners for infidelity than for leaving dirty dishes in the sink? • Why will sighted people pay to avoid going blind than blind people will pay to regain their sight? • Why do dining companions insist on ordering different meals instead of getting what they really want? • Why do pigeons seem to have such excellent aim why can’t we remember one song while listening to another and why does the line at the grocery store always slow down the moment we join it? In this brilliant witty and accessible book renowned Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert describes the foibles of imagination and illusions of foresight that cause each of us to misconceive our tomorrows and misestimate our satisfactions Vividly bringing to life the latest scientific research in psychology cognitive neuroscience philosophy and behavioral economics Gilbert reveals what scientists have discovered about the uniquely human ability to imagine the future and about our capacity to predict how much we will like it when we get there With penetrating insight and sparkling prose Gilbert explains why we seem to know so little about the hearts and minds of the people we are about to become


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    This is pretty much the opposite of a self help book Instead of telling you how you can be happier Harvard Psychology professor Gilbert talks about why we are so bad at predicting what will make us happy in the first place Gilbert is a smooth and entertaining writer and he does a good job of explaining in detail the cognitive errors we make in trying to predict our future happiness For those who hope to gain some practical value from the book Gilbert also outlines one technique that has been effective in predicting future happiness but then goes on to discuss the reason why the vast majority of humans won’t use it Still I found the book uplifting than depressing as there’s something comforting about knowing that everyone else makes the same kinds of mistakes that I do and the mind is much skilled at finding happiness in unexpected places than we imagine