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I was curious about the impact of our unconscious minds on our everyday behaviors, having come to this subject from an interest in non-verbal communication. Leonard Mlodinow does, to this novice, a great job of explaining the unconscious mind. He goes on to give numerous examples, many humorous or otherwise entertaining, of the impact of the unconscious over our thinking, sometimes rationalizing, part of the mind. He also narrates his book and does an admirable job. His voice is easy to listen to, and he keeps a good pace.
Subliminal was given a four star rating because I began to get bored, but that is not on Mlodinow. It is on me. I found out some of the things I wanted to know about the importance of the unconscious and kept thinking of what else I could be listening to. So many books, so little time!
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Where does Subliminal rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Overall, an entertaining treatment of the subject matter, but some of the anecdotes/science tidbits i had read in other books (e.g., David Eagleman's "Incognito"), and the total read was not as cohesive or wow-ing as Mlodinow's "Drunkard's Walk" (which i really enjoyed).
What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?
"theory of mind" - very interesting. i look forward to learning more about it.
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