Jonah LehrerJonah Richard Lehrer (born June 25, 1981) is an American author and blogger. Lehrer studied neuroscience at Columbia University and was a Rhodes Scholar. Thereafter, he built a media career that integrated science and humanities content to address broad aspects of human behaviour. Between 2007 and 2012 Lehrer published three non-fiction books that became best-sellers, and also wrote regularly for ''The New Yorker'' and ''Wired.com''.
Starting in 2012, Lehrer was discovered to have routinely recycled his earlier work, plagiarised widely from colleagues, and fabricated or misused quotations and facts. Scrutiny began when freelance journalist Michael Moynihan identified multiple fabrications in Lehrer's third book, ''Imagine: How Creativity Works'' (2012), including six quotations attributed to musician Bob Dylan. ''Imagine'' and Lehrer's earlier book ''How We Decide'' (2009) were recalled after a publisher's internal review found significant problems in that material. He was also fired from ''The New Yorker'' and ''Wired''. In 2016, Lehrer published ''A Book About Love'', to negative reviews. Provided by Wikipedia