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Thinking ‘deeply’ about how we think It’s because we think we know stuff that this comes as a constant surprise to us. Things that are less complex have a positive effect on our behavior.
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Jul 07, Ashlula rated it it was amazing Shelves: I suspect, although there is no way to prove this now, obviously, that Osama bin Laden could do the Silly Walk like a natural. Can get a little too drab but hang in there, this book is an eye opener. He’s convinced me that the feeling of ‘ease’ is just cognitive familiarity.
But I had no credibility – I’d already told him I never bet – so, how would I possibly know anything if I wasn’t even brave enough to put my own money on the outcome?
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But he never quite delves into devagra about why such behaviour evolved, and I appreciate this. Kahneman takes us through an exhaustive tour of biases and fallacies people are prone to making.
The issue is that this book is simply more in depth about psychology and psychological processes than I truly have a short-term interest in. I consider the lack of fluff a big plus.
But don’t let that discourage you – the book is well written and structured. System One let us survive monster attacks and have meaningful relationships with each other. Kahneman has spent much of his life researching the subject, and since the book includes both his research and that of others, it must stand as the definitive compendium on the subject.
When happily in love, we may feel joy even when caught in traffic. If you want the short version of this book, he has provided the two papers that probably got him the Nobel Prize – and they are remarkably clear, easy to understand and comprehensive.
Thinking, Fast and Slow
What Kahneman discusses in this book is something we’ve all known in a less rigorous way, perhaps – the intuitive and the analytical paths to decision making and action. View all 13 comments.
Kahneman explains how two “systems” in the mind make decisions. Exposure to a word causes immediate changes in the ease with which many related words can be evoked.
Rápido e devagar: Duas formas de pensar by Daniel Kahneman
Maybe I need a snack. I have heard of the majority of the research or at least their conclusions as well, so while I thought it offered exce Rapkdo a monstrous chore to read! Kahneman has a great talent at being a slow, rational, logical, and reflective thinker. You can read it at whatever level you want.
It delves into the two complex systems of the mind.
When we hear a story or an incident, we tend to accept it as a fact without considering any view dissenting or contradicting it. There are also some basic principles, such as heuristics ‘shortcuts’ of thinking, and biases. He talks about the halo effect, affection bias, confirmation bias, and even regression to the mean. With some brilliant experiments and survey reports, he convincingly elaborates the effects that these biases have on our decisions.
Aug 31, David rated it it was amazing Shelves: There has been an outcrop of books on this topic in the recent years Ariely and Lehrer being the bigger names and there is a significant overlap with similar books.
View all 4 comments. He analyzes how humans use and sometimes fail to use both systems, and the resulting implications on topics ranging from how we perceive happiness to behavioral economics. We panic about shark attacks and fail to fear riptides; freak out about novel and unusual risks and opportunities and undervalue the pervasive ones.
This is the original reference, the user manual f In “Thinking, fast and slow” the Nobel laureate Danny Kahneman summarizes his life long work mostly done with his collegue and Nobel corecipient Amos Tversky in the field of cognitive psychology and decision making. So Thinking, Fast and Slow is genuinely interesting.
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
You can’t go over it, you can’t go under it, so go through it–with this book. Like in our comparative risk assessments. I learned a lot from it. Dyson was part of a small group that figured out the bombers were wrong about what mattered to surviving night time raids over Germany; a thing only about a quarter of the crews did over a tour. Hands down, one of the best books in its genre.
Make someone walk slow, they think about old age.