Each day, we are bombarded with more information than the mind can process—especially in election season. It’s practically raining bad data, half-truths, and even outright lies, and it’s becoming more and more difficult to separate the wheat from the digital chaff. So how do we distinguish misinformation, pseudo-facts, and distortions from reliable information? New York Times-bestselling author and professor of psychology and behavioral neuroscience Daniel Levitin shows us how to recognize misleading announcements, statistics, graphs, and written reports and reveals the ways manipulators of veracity may use them. RSVP for his author event at Copperfields in Novato to receive 10% off his book.
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