Thinking, Fast and Slow

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The "New York Times" Bestseller, acclaimed by author such as Freakonomics co-author Steven D. Levitt, Black Swan author Nassim Nicholas Taleb and Nudge co-author Richard Thaler, "Thinking Fast and Slow" offers a whole new look at the way our minds wo ...Continua
Wrote 10/17/14
The author described numerous experimental designs and how researchers came to the conclusion, particularly helpful for people interested in a slightly more in-depth understanding toward how our minds work. The boundary of certain theories seems vagu...Continua

Always pay attention to your system 2.

Wrote 6/12/14
A great book
For those who seek to find a replacement of the rational model of human behaviour, they will be disappointed after reading the book. The Systems 1 and 2 proposition of the Author, as he pointed out himself, is more a thinking tool to help categorizin...Continua
Wrote 5/26/14
A Difficult book for me
As a psychology student, I was fascinated by the scientific experiment the author and other professional have done. The author tried to demonstrate the reality that human is not as rational as the economist suggests. It inspires me on some area that...Continua
Wrote 1/26/14
At times a bit repetitive, but the central message is inspiring: don't say people are rational or irrational anymore. We all have two systems in us - one fast but relies on fallible heuristics, one slow but more logical and deliberate. It's the inter...Continua

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