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Thinking, Fast and Slow

Daniel Kahneman

Explore the inner workings of the mind in this groundbreaking book that explains the two systems that drive the way we think. System 1 is fast, emotional, and intuitive while System 2 is slower, more analytical, and logical. Discover the benefits and drawbacks of both systems and learn how to tap into the benefits of slow thinking. With practical insights into decision-making in both our personal and professional lives, this book is a must-read for anyone looking to guard against mental pitfalls and gain a deeper understanding of the way we think.
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I love surprising scientific findings, as well as information about how our brains work. This is a treasure trove of both. Turns out, our brains are constantly misleading us. It’s not clear that learning how that’s the case reduces the chances of it happening, but it’s fascinating nonetheless.      source
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman -- Captivating dive into human decision making, marred by inclusion of several/many? psychology studies that fail to replicate. Will stand as a cautionary tale?      source
Persuasion Reading List.      source
Get your hands on this if your can. This is the best book on understanding human behavior. #psychology #SEGAsBookClub 🤓      source
@ranvijay81 @KiritManral One of the best books      source
@AlbertBridgeCap Thinking Fast & Slow is one of my favorite books (unsurprisingly).      source
If you liked “Predictably Irrational” or “Stumbling on Happiness” or any of those pop-psychology books, well, this is the Godfather of all of their work. Huge thorough book gives a great overview of much of his work. Read the other quotes on Amazon about it.      source
2 of my favourite books @simonsinek great reminders #books      source
@invinciblesaad I enjoyed that book, too. Fascinating.      source
Operationalizing #AI >> Decision-making often comes down to resolving the conflict in our minds between the “impulsive, automatic, intuitive” and the “thoughtful, deliberate, calculating” systems of thinking. ————— Brilliant book "Thinking, Fast and Slow":      source
@periodicvideos can't recommend 'Thinking Fast and Slow' highly enough. I'm reading 'David and Goliath' now, which has its moments      source
10 key lessons from the book: Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman A thread🧵👇      source
A few weeks ago, @vulture asked me to describe 10 books that have impacted me along the way. List just out: Chinua Achebe, Dorothy Day, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, Ralph Ellison, Bernard Malamud, Doris Kearns Goodwin, & more:      source
@Bradley_James2 Misbehaving? Thinking Fast and Slow. Undoing Project.      source
Fun list of 20 cognitive biases screwing up our decisions. The best book on this topic I ever read was of course Daniel Kahneman's "Thinking, fast and slow". It's one of the few books I would label as essential reading for nearly everyone. Full list here:      source
@geriwithetc @TwinsKevin @mayawiley @BeschlossDC @AliVelshi @kaitlancollins @scribe827 @ChrisCuomo I am an absolute maniac on the topic of cognitive biases of evey flavor. So much fun. (The “bible” is Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman’s book, Thinking, Fast and Slow.)      source
The book “Thinking, Fast and Slow” by Daniel Kahneman - a psychologist and the winner of the Nobel Prize in economics - has become essential reading in many baseball front offices and among coaching staffs.      source
Covers all three phases of the author's career: his early days working oncognitive bias, his work on prospect theory, and his later work on happiness.      source
📚 Here are the books I recommend reading most:      source
ICYMI: My choice of the best five Books on critical thinking ⁦⁦@five_books⁩      source
@huishhodl That's an incredible book! We have a summary guide of the book here if it's helpful to you.      source
@devspeed @RachelAppel Great book!      source
@jasonzweigwsj is right -- Superforecasting is most important book since Thinking, Fast & Slow @ptetlock @dgardner      source
@echo_chamberz Read the book, it's great. PDFs are online      source
@warwickmansell you should read Daniel Kahneman's book (Thinking Fast and Slow) - you'd enjoy it I think.      source
Selected Books for the Manual for Civilization      source
Thinking Fast and Slow - Book review A Noble Prize winner giving away his secrets in a single book! An INCREDIBLE MUST BUY: - Loaded with insights, stories, case studies - Stunning revelations of our mind. C pics 4 detailed book review & more here -      source
@Qwyntessence A tough read but an awesome book. Their biography is also a great read.      source
I started reading Thinking, Fast and Slow and I became increasingly convinced of my own fickleness and inability to actually act rationally in life.      source