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About the book:
Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow – a recapitulation of the decades of research that led to his winning the Nobel Prize – explains his contributions to our current understanding of psychology and behavioral economics. Over the years, Kahneman and his colleagues, whose work the book discusses at length, have significantly contributed to a new understanding of the human mind. We now have a better understanding of how decisions are made, why certain judgment errors are so common and how we can improve ourselves.
Who should read this?
- Anyone interested in how our minds work, how we solve problems, how we make judgments and what weaknesses our minds are predisposed to
- Anyone interested in Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman’s contributions to psychology and behavioral economics, and how those contributions apply to society at large
About Blinkist’s Key Insights:
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