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The hidden power of self-deception
Joseph T. Hallinan
We deceive ourselves about things big and small.
What Goethe and Marilyn Monroe can teach us about suicidal school attacks
Hope really can keep us alive.
Our expectations can deceive us
Having a sense of control is often an illusion—but a useful one
Why some people see what others overlook.
Joseph T. Hallinan is a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and author of Kidding Ourselves: The Hidden Power of Self-Deception.