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|Description:||xvii, 266 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Fundamentals, foibles, and fixes : what is trust, anyway? --
Built to trust? How our biology determines whom we trust and why --
In the beginning : learning to trust and trusting to learn --
The heart of the matter : trust in romantic relationships --
Power and money : trust among the one percent and their wannabes --
Can I trust you? Unlocking the signals of trustworthiness --
Cybertrust : the risks and rewards of trusting those you virtually know --
Can you trust yourself? Why you may not know yourself as well as you think you do --
Trust or dust? In the end, it's usually one or the other.
|Responsibility:||David DeSteno, PhD.|