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Making Sense of People: The Science of Personality Differences, Second Edition by Samuel Barondes

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Endnotes

Preface

1. http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2001/06/20010618.html

2. http://www.hughhewitt.com/president-george-w-bush-and-decision-points/

3. Bush’s portrait of Putin is at www.flickr.com/photos/georgewbushcenter/sets/72157643401817945

4. http://www.today.com/news/bush-putin-dissed-our-pet-said-his-dog-was-bigger-2D79484676

Introduction

1. Bargh and Chartrand (1999), and Bargh and Williams (2006) sum up evidence that we engage in most of our social interactions without conscious awareness. Gigerenzer (2007) and Gigernezer and Goldstein (1996) emphasize the advantages of being guided by unconscious gut feelings. Gladwell (2005) calls this a “blink” and “thinking without thinking.”

2. Wilson (2002) makes a lucid ...

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