Suzanne L. Davis received her PhD in Social Psychology at The University of Illinois at Chicago. She is a consultant and author who studies the most fascinating creatures on the planet: human beings. Suzanne writes about how people think and behave in everyday life, because sometimes there is brilliance in the ordinary. She is the author of "Ten Interesting Things About Human Behavior" and also the author of "Me or Whatever," a work of experimental psychological fiction about a Gen-Xer who barely survives the 90s.
How to Tell a Lie
on Sep. 05, 2011
A fun book for me! I enjoyed it thoroughly and would have liked each concept developed a bit more, but that's hardly a complaint. I look forward to reading more by this author.