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How the Brightest, Best Trained, and Most Caring People Can Make Judgments That Are Completely and Utterly Wrong

by Steven R. Feldman


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The modern world is thoroughly compartmentalized. The separation of people into different groups causes conflict and misunderstanding. National award winning physician Dr. Steven Feldman uncovers strange behaviors and hidden truths in Compartments. Learn why some doctors appear clueless and uncaring to their peers. Explore why different groups of very caring people clash over how to improve healthcare. These entertaining stories reveal an underlying structure that causes confl ict between different factions in medicine, business, government and even religion. The stories of common misjudgments show how even the brightest, best trained, and most caring people can make judgments that are completely and utterly wrong. Compartments will give you new insights and perspectives. You may never see controversies the same way again.

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Steven R. Feldman (Author)

Dr. Steven R. Feldman is a professor of dermatology, pathology, and public health sciences at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He was born in Washington, DC, and attended grade school at the Hebrew Ac...

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