Jonah Lehrer is an American author. A Rhodes scholar, he had published three bestselling nonfiction books before turning 30 – “Proust Was a Neuroscientist,” “How We Decide,” and “Imagine” – and was widely considered a worthy successor of Malcolm Gladwell. However, it was later discovered that Lehrer had regularly recycled his own work and occasionally misquoted and plagiarized other authors.
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