How do we make decisions--good and bad--and why are some people so much better at it than others?

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Leaping boldly from example to example, displaying all of the brilliance that made The Tipping Point a classic, Gladwell reveals how we can become better decision makers--in our homes, our offices, and in everyday life.

The result is a book that is surprising and transforming.

Never again will you think about thinking the same way.

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This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Family and relationships, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of family and relationships articles on Wikipedia.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Popular Culture, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of popular culture on Wikipedia.Under 'Organization' it goes: "Contact information cannot be traded during the initial meeting, in order to reduce pressure (especially on women) to accept or reject a suitor to his or her face." Why is that annotation in brackets there?Why should there be more pressure on women than on men? --Marsman Rom (talk) , 30 September 2009 (UTC) Is there a citation somewhere for the statement that unsuccessful speed-daters have committed suicide?Joyous (talk) July 2, 2005 (UTC) I removed ", while those with low self-esteem have been known to experience depression or even attempt suicide if their efforts at speed dating are unsuccessful. Joyous | Talk , 26 November 2005 (UTC) The section on olfaction and pheromones refers to an experiment by a tv programme, I suggest it be removed or the heading altered to reflect the unscientific nature of the experiment.92.238.109.148 (talk) , 3 July 2008 (UTC) No.The wording of that section explains right off the bat that the study was done by a TV newsmagazine, so it's already in the proper context, and there wouldn't be any purpose in changing "Olfaction and Pheromones" to some other title.