In the beginning of the text, the topic of common sense will really intrigue anyone who reads it. One in particular is the idea that, "two glasses of wine a day is good for your heart." With this typical "common sense," my mother would always remind me why she is drinking wine in the first place. So why do people trust these medical findings if very few of them are legitimate? I think people will believe these pseudosciences because it makes them more comfortable, and its from years and years of other "common sense" they have grown up with. On the very first page, there was a set of 10 questions of popular psychology beliefs that I found some to be true and some to be false. Yet every single question was false. I was taught the knowledge in these questions ever since I grew up but no one told me otherwise. Instead of just believing what the latest science says, or what others think, people should look up and try to prove it themselves.