Thinking, Fast and Slow
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Good intuitive judgments come to mind with the same immediacy as “doggie!” Unfortunately, professionals' intuitions do not all arise from true expertise. Many years ago I visited the chief investment officer of a large financial firm, ...
The spontaneous search for an intuitive solution sometimes fails— neither an expert solution nor a heuristic answer comes to mind. In such cases we often find ourselves switching to a slower, more deliberate and effortful form of ...
Daniel Kahneman. This page intentionally left blank. 1 THE CHARACTERS OF THE STORY To observe your mind.
THE CHARACTERS OF THE STORY To observe your mind in automatic mode, glance at the image below. Figure 1 Your experience as you look at the woman's face seamlessly combines what we normally call seeing and intuitive thinking.
A precise solution did not come to mind, and you felt that you could choose whether or not to engage in the computation. If you have not done so yet, you should attempt the multiplication problem now, completing at least part of it.
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A model for how we think. Either fast and lose or slow with the possibility of more correct decisions. Thinking fast we risk jumping to conclusions, not see the broad picture, have planning fallacies ... Read full review
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Daniel Kahneman got the Nobel Prize some 20 years ago for research done since 1969 on human judgement and decision making. In 2011 he published the best-seller, "Thinking Fast, Thinking Slow", a ... Read full review