Barry Schwartz is an American author and psychologist. Decision-making, morality, and the interrelationships between science and society is in the main focus of his work. He is a professor of social theory and social action, and he is best known for his books “The Paradox of Choice,” “The Costs of Living,” “Learning and Memory,” “The Battle for Human Nature,” and “Why We Work.”
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