Actually, this is a review of a review of a review [my copy is on order!] but I thought this synopsis in BC Review and the excerpt in the June 2007 AARP Bulletin would be of particular interest to lawyers trying to deal with clients, counsel and juries: "reading information that goes against your point of view can make you all the more convinced you are right. So there is a neurological basis for the observation that once our minds are made up, it is hard to change them." from Mistakes Were Made [But Not by Me], by Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson. The review in BC Review is particularly helpful.