Solid collection of cognitive (et al) psych cases. I'd give this four stars if only the tone weren't so dreary. I understand this used to be a blog, and it would work in that medium. Good slant actually, the pessimism. In book form though, being put down at the end of every chapter made this feel depressing.
Am I committing an attribution error (or proving myself stupid by one of the many examples here) by basing my rating on an emotional response, rather than how comprehensive it is? Probably. Am I entitled to my own rating system here on GoodReads? Yep. So there you have it.
God. It's like being around Sheldon Cooper. He can be brilliant, and right, and have valid points, but he's not exactly being very likable about it.