Bounce: Mozart, Federer, Picasso, Beckham, and the Science of Success

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Why have all the sprinters who have run the 100 meters in under ten seconds been black?

What's one thing Mozart, Venus Williams, and Michelangelo have in common?

Is it good to praise a child's intelligence?

Why are baseball players so superstitious?

Few things in life are more satisfying than beating a rival. We love to win and hate to lose, whether it's on the playing field or at the ballot box, in the

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780061991394
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Words: 81,956
Unique Words: 6,555
Avg Sentence (words): 19.74
Avg Word (chars): 4.58
Chapters: 24
Paragraphs: 2,298
People: 860
Places: 200
Things: 308
Adult Reading Time:5:28
Sentiment: 0.03
Intensity: 0.08
Profanity: 21
SAT Words: 883
Reading Level:10.1
Complexity Index: 122

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