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Mind Exploration Books
Very little is as it seems, or is it? Just how real is "reality"? You are likely to find these books helpful in discovering how our minds play tricks on us and learn some interesting ways to compensate.

The books listed under this category contain information that was useful in developing the DiggsWorld View about how the mind works, or doesn't work. They can help you develop your own ways to learn whats on your mind. Browse our DiggsWorld Market to check the out and perhaps add them to your library. Most of these books are also available in audio book format or from your public library.
It isn't what we don't know that gives us trouble, it's what we know that ain't so.
Will Rogers
13 Things That Don't Make Sense
By Michael Brooks
Brain Rules
By John J. Medina
Fooled by Randomness
By Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Future Babble
By Dan Gardner
How We Decide
By Jonah Lehrer
Incognito
By David Eagleman
Instant Egghead Guide: The Mind
By Emily Anthes
Irrationality
By Stuart Sutherland
Mindless Eating
By Brian Wansink, Ph.D.
Predictably Irrational
By Dan Ariely
Subliminal Persuasion
By Dave Lakhani
The Head Trip
By Jeff Warren
The Information
By James Gleick
The Invisible Gorilla
By Christopher Chabris, Daniel Simons
The Sociopath Next Door
By Martha Stout
Thrive
By Dan Buettner
Wherever You Go There You Are
By Jon Kabat-Zinn
Why We Make Mistakes
By Joseph T. Hallinan
Willful Blindness
By Margaret Heffernan
How to Really Fool Yourself
By Vicki Cobb
Memory
By Elizabeth Loftus
10 Philosophical Mistakes
By Mortimer J Alder
Dictionary of Psychopathology
By Henry Kellerman
Sway
By Ori and Rom Brafman