"This is a self-help book, but with a difference: almost everything in it is underpinned by peer-reviewed and often fascinating research." — New Scientist
"For all those who are tired of the usual self-help formula--homespun anecdotes, upbeat platitudes, over-the-top promises--Richard Wiseman's 59 Seconds
is just what the PhD ordered." — The Wall Street Journal
"Seemingly perfect for this age of short attention spans and instant gratification." — The Chronicle Herald
"At last, a self-help guide that is based on proper research. Perfect for busy, curious, smart people."
— Simon Singh, author of Fermat's Enigma
“Wiseman is a brilliant name for a psychologist, and this book proves the professor is not misnamed. . . . [59 Seconds
] contains dozens of fascinating and useful nuggets, and they all have science on their side.”
— The Independent
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Richard Wiseman is Britain's only professor for the Public Understanding of Psychology and is the author of the bestselling Quirkology. He is the psychologist most frequently quoted by the British media.