Brilliant: The New Science of Decision-Making

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Brilliant: The New Science of Decision-Making

  • Swarthmore College
  • Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley
14, 25-Minute Lectures, Including Electronic Study Guide
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How can you make smart decisions? Does more choice make you happier? What steps can you take to curtail stress when selecting from a sea of options?

Barry Schwartz gives you practical and science-based answers to these questions in Brilliant: The New Science of Decision-Making. The author of the seminal bestseller The Paradox of Choice, Dr. Schwartz has spent five decades teaching decision science. Now, this 14-lecture audio course lets you experience the same panache that has wowed Swarthmore College undergraduates and business school students at UC Berkeley and NYU.

Whether you’re buying a birthday gift or making a moral choice, decisions abound in your life. Today there are more options than ever: from cereal brands to career paths. In a world of choices, how can you make informed decisions in your busy life?

Peppered with amusing anecdotes and eye-opening case studies, Dr. Schwartz’s lectures give you the tools to master the art of decision- making. Synthesizing groundbreaking research with the same keen insight that made The Paradox of Choice a hit, he uses fresh examples that resonate with modern audiences.

Join Dr. Schwartz for an exhilarating discussion of decision-making in matters ranging from public policy to personal finance and professional sports. It might be the best decision you’ll ever make.

Your Free Electronic Study Guide! When you order this course, we will send you a free electronic study guide for each program that you can access in 3 convenient ways:

1) You can check your order confirmation email. It will include a link that enables you to download your guide. 
2) The back of your program package also contains a copy of this link. You can access your guide by simply entering this URL into your browser. 
3) Your case of CDs or DVDs will contain a copy of your electronic guide on CD. Simply insert this disc into your computer's CD/DVD drive to access your guide.

Topic Titles
Topic Titles
  • Introduction
  • Thinking About Uncertainty: Part 1
  • Thinking About Uncertainty: Part 2
  • Evaluating Evidence: Part 1
  • Evaluating Evidence: Part 2
  • Confidence and Overconfidence
  • Predicting Our Future
  • Frames, Prospects, and Mental Accounts: Part 1
  • Frames, Prospects, and Mental Accounts: Part 2
  • The Paradox of Choice
  • Moral Decisions: Part 1
  • Moral Decisions: Part 2
  • Current and Future Selves
  • Helping People Make Better Decisions
About Your Presenter

A leading expert on decision-making, Dr. Barry Schwartz is Professor Emeritus of psychology at Swarthmore College and a visiting professor at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He joined the Swarthmore faculty in 1971 after receiving a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. Over the course of 50 years, he has published numerous works on decision-making and morality, including the books The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less, The Battle for Human Nature, The Costs of Living, Practical Wisdom, and Why We Work.

Translated into 25 languages, Dr. Schwartz’s 2004 book The Paradox of Choice was named one of the top books of the year by both Businessweek and Forbes. Dr. Schwartz has written for publications as diverse as The New York Times, the Chronicle of Higher Education, Slate, Scientific American, The New Republic, the Harvard Business Review, and the Guardian. He has also appeared on dozens of radio shows, including NPR’s Morning Edition, and he has been interviewed on Anderson Cooper 360 (on CNN), the PBS NewsHour, The Colbert Report, and CBS News Sunday Morning. A...

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