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There is a special kind of intelligence for dealing with risk and uncertainty. It doesn’t correlate with IQ and most psychologists fail to spot it because it is found in such a disparate group of people such as weather-forecasters, professional gamblers and hedge-fund managers. Yet Dylan Evans shows us how risk intelligence is vital to making good decisions, from dealing with climate change to combating terrorism. He argues that ‘risk intelligence’ can teach us to make decisions in all aspects of our lives.