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Say you ad spent your entire life and never actually seen an episode of Monty Python s Flying Circus That wouldn t mean you wouldn t know anything about Monty Python It is impossible to Pride have lived at any time since the late 60s and notave ad some socially dysfunctional male reprise the entire Parrot sketch or Spanish Inuisition sketch at you at some stage in your life I suspect although there is no way to prove this now obviously that Osama bin Laden could do the Silly Walk like a natural Well if you ad never seen an episode of Monty Python and your entire experience of their work was via the interpretation of men of a certain age down the pub then finally getting to see an episode of the original would be much the same effect as reading this book Hundreds of people Isotopic Carbon have already told all this guy s best stories in their own books but all the same it is a pleasure toear them again by the guy that first said this parrot is dead or rather framing effects make fools of us all You need to read this book but what is particularly good about it is that you come away from it knowing we really are remarkably easy to fool It s because we think we know stuff that this comes as a constant surprise to us Years ago I was talking to a guy who liked to bet Everyone needs a The Robotics Primer (Intelligent Robotics Autonomous Agents) (Intelligent Robotics Autonomous Agents) (Intelligent Robotics Autonomous Agents Series) hobby and that wasis Anyway Step Out of Your Story he told mee was playing two up an Australian betting game and The Eyes of the Dead he realised something like tailsadn t come up freuently enough and so Rules for a Lady he started betting on tails and sure enoughe made money I told Calebs Tempting Mate (Saber Chronicles him that coins don t remember the last throw and so the odds of getting a tail was still 50% as itad previously been But I ABC had no credibility I d already toldim I never bet so Odd Man In how would I possibly know anything if I wasn t even brave enough to put my own money on the outcome And didn t I understand the point of this story wase Palace Intrigue (A Medieval Tale had already WONStill when faced with a series of coin flips that run H H H H H T H H H it does feel like tails are due This is the sort of mistake we are all too prone to make The thing to remember is that while there is a law of large numbers toss a coin often enough and in the very long run there will be as manyeads turn up as tails that isn t the case in the short run where just about anything is possibleWe that is we Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children humans are remarkably bad at mental statistics And what makes it worse is that we are predictably bad at statistics And this brings me to Bourdieu andim saying that Sociology is kind of martial art He means that Sociology allows you to defend yourself from those who would manipulate you Well this book is the Bruce Lee book of advanced self defence Learning just Carlyle Marney how we fool ourselves might not make you feel terribly great about what it means to beuman but at least you will know why you Shameful hav stuffed up next time you do stuff up I m not sure it will stop you stuffing up but that would be asking for an awful lot from one bookIf you want the short version of this booke as provided the two papers that probably got im the Nobel Prize and they are remarkably clear easy to understand and comprehensive But look read this book it will do you good If your objective like it is when one finishes reading a self Sacred Landscapes help book is to implement what Mr Kahnemanas to say in real life and benefit from it I should warn you you will be sorely disappointed Believe it or not in my opinion I believe Mr Kahneman is telling you exactly that in this book that whether you like it or not your entire life is guided or may I say decided by two fundamental ideas and that there is very little you can do to change it period Mr Kahneman is probably the villain in every modern day spiritual guru s life Angel Without Mercy (Agnes Carmichael, he argues very effectively that contrary to what these gurus may say the external world your environment surroundings or even society for that matteras a large say in your personal deliberate actions You don t Gold Rush have a choice Soaving said that shelving this book in psychology section would be gross injustice In my view this is such a good commentary of Girl Reporter human nature The two are different very much so Read it totally worth it in my opinion Can get a little too drab butang in there this book is an eye opener Thinking Fast and Slow is just okay It s being marketed as a book on psychology and economic psychology in particular for the layperson I m not sure if other laypeople agree but this wasn t really for me And it s not that the prose is too technical okay sometimes it is but rather that Kahneman is stuck somewhere between academic technicalities and clear expressive prose Note The rest of this review Hunted has been withdrawn due to the recent changes in Goodreads policy and enforcement You can read why I came to this decisionereIn the meantime you can read the entire review at Smorgasbook Often I find myself in conversations with people who are criminally opinionated but Gingerbread Heart have little in the way of empirical grounding It s common in these situations toear them malign opponents of their views by reducing the conflict to a single factor My opponent is so dumb they couldn t ump a bacteria if they were a orny phage Now putting aside the fact that single factor analysis is a mugs game when discussing things of any complexity which is basically everything when resorting to these oversimplifications with Biz Talk-2 human behavior you asymptotically approach infinite incorrectness My common refrain in these times is to dip into my uote bag and castigate the misguided with Popper s glib witticism A theory that explains everything explains nothing Or channeling the Arch Bishop of astuteness John Stuart Mill I rise up gesturing dramatically and pitching my voice just so He who knows onlyis side of the case knows little of that Hoping their snotty self assurance will recede before my rational indignation like an anabolic Ricky Ricottas Mighty Robot vs the Stupid Stinkbugs from Saturn (Ricky Ricotta, hairlineThis shit never works Putting aside the fact that I m subject to the same cognitive limitations uotations often arrive on the scene like a flaccid member with intimations of a proper impressionidden somewhere in that bloodless noodle if only the other party would play with it But much like idioms there s just not enough chemistry to warrant A Historical Atlas of Tibet heavy pettingNext I will resort to recalling numerous studies whichave totally pin cushioned the uaint notion that we are dispassionate logical thinkers When in fact barring a commitment to scientific principles we The Last Awakening (Curse of the Phoenix, have strong intuitions that we seek to justify through means of strategic reasoning We re like lawyers than Vulcans I say solemnly Starring off into the distance for dramatic effect Pensive Avoiding eye contact for an appropriate interval before turning to peer into their soul and nod as we graspowever tenuously our feeble position before the Logos Inevitably when this numinous moment arrives I am instead greeted with a vacant stare or much worse an objection Which if you ve been following me so far means that I switch from attempting to persuade and instead silently chide my opponent for being a Italian Warships Of World War II hopeless imbecileHow do we opt out of being unrelenting self righteous pricks Well we probably can t fully the gravity is just too strong Escape velocity would reuire some fundamental redesigns to a cognitive apparatus which evolved to intuit a subset of phenomena on the African savanna which bore a relationship to our reproductive success But we can sure asell beat one another with books like this until we piss blood and can t Deep Learning (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning series) hold our toothbrushes due to nasty rotator cuff injuries That ll teach us I consider this to be the Mac Daddy of bibliophilic bludgeoning implements on this topic I once blasted a man in the chest soard with the spine of this book that in addition to the bastard rolling clean over a Pizza Hut table like it was the Critical Social Theory and the End of Work hood of a speeding vehicle the pages burst from between the covers like a fox vomitingen feathers So incensed by this needless destruction of literary property I stood over the man and berated The Traps him on the importance of properly breaking in the spines ofardcovers As Simple Wicca he wormed about in pepperoni and soda nodding if for no other reason than to avoid another terrible sounding ofis sternum I also took the time to explain the central message of this book Look man You need to realize that we ve got these two modes of cognition One is accessible to us It s slow and deliberative and subject to systematic interventions of logic if we but choose to learn and apply them The other does pretty much whatever it damn well pleases based on input it receives from the environment that you re often not consciously aware of It s good when it s Protect Your Purity helping you get out of the way of deranged book wielders but it s bad when it goes awry in matters that are deeply counter intuitive much of modern life and mucks about with your ability to properly steer the system youave access to This is an important book Humanity would be much improved if these insights could percolate through society and really take Theatre Histories hold But they probably won t Because we re assholes. ứng minh rằng con người chúng ta thường đi đến uyết định theo cơ chế nghĩ nhanhơn là ghĩ chậm Phần lớn nội dung của cuốn sách chỉ ra những sai lầm của con người khi suy nghĩ theo Waterloo hệ thống 1 Kahneman chứng minh rằng chúng ta tệơn những gì chúng ta tưởng đó là chúng ta không biết những gì chúng ta không biếtCuốn sách đặc biệt đã dành được vô số giải thưởng danh giá Sách khoa Yobo họcay nhất của Học viện Khoa The Last Runaway học uốc gia năm 2012 được tạp chí The New York Times bình chọn là sáchay nhất năm 2011 một trong những cuốn sách kinh tế xuất sắc năm 2011 chiến thắng giải thưởng cuốn sách được uan tâm nhất năm 2011 của tạp chí Los Algeles Thinking fast and slow đáp ứng Sanctuary (The New World Series, hai tiêu chí của một cuốn sáchay thứ nhất nó thách thức uan điểm của người đọc thứ ai nó không phải là những trang sách với những con chữ khô cứng mà nó vô cùng vui nhộn và ấp dẫn Không nghi ngờ gì nữa đây là cuốn sách àn lâm dành cho tất cả mọi ngườ.

An unrelentingly tedious book that can be summed up as follows We are irrationally prone to jump to conclusions based on rule of thumb shortcuts to actual reasoning and in reliance on bad evidence even though we ave the capacity to think our way to better conclusions But we re lazy so we don t We don t understand statistics and if we did we d be cautious in our judgments and less prone to think Data Interpretation Questions And Case Histories highly of our own skill at judging probabilities and outcomes Life not only is uncertain we cannot understand it systemically and luckas just as much to do with what Inside the Hornets Head happens to us maybe even than we care to admit When in doubt rely on an algorithm because it s accurate than your best guess or some expert s opinion Above all determine the baseline before you come to any decisions If you like endless and I mean endless algebraic word problems and circuitous anecdotes about everything from the author s dead friend Amos tois stint with the Israeli Air Defense Force if you like slow paced rambling explanations that rarely summarize a conclusion if your idea of a Imagination According to Humphrey (According to Humphrey hot date is to talk Bayesian theory with a clinical psychologist or an economist then this book is for you who are likely aighly specialized academically inclined person Perhaps you are even a blast at parties I don t know But if you re like me and you prefer authors to cut to the chase make their point and then leave you with a whopping big appendix if you re interested in the regression analysis of Sexy Reversed Fairy Tales how many freshmen would watch a guy choke to death because they think someone else will come to the rescue then this book is not for youIf you want to take the Reader s Digest pass through the book then Chapter 1 and Section 3 are probably the most accessible and can be read in less than anour and still leave you with a fair understanding of the author s thesis I kind of want to cut this book in Oh. My. Gods. (Oh. My. Gods., half praise the first part and stick the second part in some corner to gather dust Not that the second part is bad mind you the entire book is well written and obviously the product of someone who knows their field There s just a lot of it Thinking Fast and Slow is kind of like a guest who shows up to your party and then dazzles everyone with an impromptu 15 minute oration on the geopolitical situation in South Ossetia and everyone applauds and turns to go back to their own conversations only for the guest to launch into another story about the time they parachuted into the Balkans to break up a nascent civil war a story which is followed uickly by a similar tale of a visit to Southeast Asia Well I think you catch my drift Daniel Kahneman spins an interesting tale ofuman psychology and the way our brains interpret and act on data But the book overstays its welcome by a few Phoebe’s Fair Valentine (Oh. My. Gods., hundred pagesKahneman s thesis breaks our decision making systems into two pieces System 1 and System 2 which are the respective fast and slow of the title System 1 provides intuitive judgements based on stimulus we might not even be conscious of receiving it s the snap signals that we might not even know we are acting upon System Hands down one of the best books in its genre The book is a lengthy self conscious and a challenging read butighly recommended if you re interested in why The Ground beneath her Feet human beings behave the way they behave It s given me so much oh snap so that s why we re so dumb moments that at this point I don t even want to admit I m auman to any space time traveling race that comes in collision of 21st century EarthCiting behavioral research studies Killer Pancake / The Cereal Murders he s convinced me thatuman confidence is a measure of whether a person Lo Que la Reina Quiere (Sexys Cuentos de Hadas Al Revés nº 1) has built up a coherent story not that the person truly knows what she s doing He s convinced me that the feeling of ease is just cognitive familiarity He s convinced me why first impressions matter than we think due to the Halo effect He s convinced me that theuman mind doesn t understand non events We think we understand the past but we really don t We create coherency by attributing causality to events but not to non events In other words we underestimate the role of lu It is very difficult to judge review or analyze a book that basically challenges the very idea of William Gibson human Rationalism Areumans perfectly rational This dude Daniel Kahneman got a Nobel Prize in Economics for saying they are not An ordinary person might Nancy Drake have been treated with glare or a stinging slap ife said that to someone s face We simply don t like being told that we are not very rational and certainly not as intelligent as we think we are Hidden in the depths of our consciousness are some actors that keep tempering with our rationality And we almost consciously allow this to Bandbox happen All in all this book is a tour de force of Behavioral Psychology Explainingow our mind comes to conclusions and makes decisions Kahneman explains that our intuition and decision making part of brain Everglades (Doc Ford Mystery, has two personalities These personalitiese says are not two different or distinct systems but to understand them better we will Kicking It (Alex Craft, have to assign personalities not only to understand them better but also to be able to relate to them on a personal level The two systems are called system 1 and system 2 for the sake of convenience System 1 is vigilant impulsive judgmental easily manipulatedighly emotional System 2 on the other Homeport hand is the total opposite of system 1 it is very intelligent indolent mostly drowsing off in the back of ouread difficult to convince and extremely stubborn and it only comes to action when there is some sort of emergency Both these systems are susceptible to a number of biases system 1 than system 2 I thought Kahneman would build up this narrative systematically but Sapphamire (Dragons of Dragonose he goes on to give us a tour ofis years of research experiments and surveys exploring every nook of our conscious The Donovan Legacy (Donovans human mind He focuses on a diverse set ofeuristics and biases that influence our judgments in everyday life With some brilliant experiments and survey reports Breaking Down (The Garage, he convincingly elaborates the effects that these biasesave on our decisions Never forgetting to ighlight the fallacies of our consciousness e touches on a number of other important breakthroughs in the world of psychology This is a very simple case of visual illusion where we see two lines of same size appearing to be of varying lengths Even after knowing that they are eual and the illusion is created by the fins attached to them our system 1 still impulsively signals that one of them is longer then the other Through this simple illustration e moves on to introduce Cognitive Illusions which are fascinating and are drastically effective Kahneman contends that it is extremely difficult to overcome euristic biases Although through methods like using statistical formulas and deliberate scrutiny we can rationalize our decisions to some extent Still we are inherently prone to fall for dazzling rhetoric and dashing figures we believe in myths and incidents that are as improbable as they are ludicrous because this is the way we see things But this is not undesirable altogether some of the intuitive abilities are an evolutionary blessing that Passionate Kisses Boxed Set help us understand emotions and make correct decision in split seconds Neither does the author deems it expedient to overcome these biases but only to recognize them and put our system 2 to work before making crucial judgments I am afraid that this review is getting a bit too long and to beonest I don t think anyone reads long reviewsExcept some of my nerdy goodread friends who then leave an eually baffling Proustian comment which of course takes uite a while to be properly understood So I will mention a summary of some critical biases ideas and psychological phenomenon that I found interesting I Destiny and Power have attempted to summarize someeuristics biases and psychological principle that I thought would make a fascinating introduction to tempt a novice like me to further explore the subject They are just the tip of iceberg and not by any means exhaustive and just comprise a small part of what this book is all about Associative machine System 1 works in surprising ways read this BANANA VOMIT Now a lot appened in last few seconds when you read these two words You wore an expression of disgust and a very bad image came to your mind your body too reacted in disgust and for short time you might not want to eat bananas All of this was automatic and beyond your control It was The Associative Machine of system 1 We associate seemingly some unrelated images and with some imagination form an image Our brain loves patterns and some times it sees things that aren t even there A very interesting clip in which Simon Singh shows associative machine at work Exposure to a word causes immediate changes in the ease with which many related words can be evoked If you ave recently The Café Book heard the word EAT you are temporarily likely to complete the word fragment SOP as SOUP than as SOAP The opposite wouldappen if you Lord John And The Brotherhood Of The Blade (Lord John Grey, had just seen WASHSimilarly exposure to an idea or Chúng ta thường tự cho rằng con người là sinh vật có lý trí mạnh mẽ khi uyết địnhay đánh giá vấn đề luôn kĩ lưỡng và lý tính Nhưng sự thật là dù bạn có cẩn trọng tới mức nào thì trong cuộc sống àng ngày ay trong vấn đề liên uan đến kinh tế bạn vẫn có những uyết định dựa trên cảm tính chủ uan của mình Thinking fast and slow cuốn sách nổi tiếng tổng Models Dont Eat 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Vent can also ave similar temporary effect on our behavior Florida Effect Cognitive Ease We all love it when we don t What Janie Found (Janie Johnson, have to work tooard because system 2 doesn t like being bothered So we admire and rather look for cognitive ease Things that are less complex Carl Hiaasen Collection have a positive effect on our behavior Psychologists use the term Mind at ease puts a smile on the face Similarly smiling and laughing can also ease our mind system 1 and make us feel confident and in control Anything that is easy to understand read or see is likely toave a positive effect on us as compared to anything that we Silver Tower / Strike Force / Shadow Command have aard time understanding or visualizingExposure Effect We are likely to choose the thing we are familiar with The principle that Familiarity breeds liking suggests that we are inclined towards anything that is familiar and Explosive Acts has been exposed to us before in past The the exposure is the we will be inclined towards it This principle is excellently illustrated in Will Smith s Focus 2015a similar trick is used to con a billionaire Normality illusion Things that recur with greater freuency are considered normal no matterow Shadowbridge (Shadowbridge, horrendous they are Two people killed in a terrorist attack in a western country are likely to be mourned then aundreds of children killed in Gaza by a missile strike Simply due to the fact that children in Gaze get bombed all the time while a terrorist attack that kills innocents is sort of rarity in Europe and America The same concept is present in Orwell s Animal Farm in which pigs start to dominate other animals and it becomes the norm after a whileSubstitution If a satisfactory answer to a Academia de Rowan (A Tapeçaria hard uestion is not found uickly System 1 will find a related uestion that is easier and will answer it For instance when asked Howappy are you with your life these days Its likely that we don t use a broad frame to answer the uestion and substitute it with a simpler uestion What is my mood right now System 1 can readily answer the substitute uestion but to answer the real uestion System 2 would ave to be excited which as we know System 2 doesn t like In everyday life we use this to avoid making decisions and expressions based on factual background and therefore make an impulsive and sometimes irrational comment to a difficult uestion What you see is there is We take pride in our intuitive abilities which leads us to believe that we know the whole truth no matter ow fallible our sources are and not withstanding the fact that there is always another side of the picture When we Two Reels And A Crank hear a story or an incident we tend to accept it as a fact without considering any view dissenting or contradicting it Psychologists call it WYSIATI complex we are much gullible than we like to believe But it is again the mischief of System 1 that leads us to believe a narrative impulsively and without further inuisition as to its authenticity It is also another example of our intuitive tendency to see things in a narrow frameLoss Aversion Call it a gift of evolution or survival instinct but we are naturally loss averse in most of our decisions We are likely to abandon auge profit if there is some probability of an eually Queens Gambit (The Tudor Trilogy, huge loss We do want toave but not at the cost of putting our own at stake we relish our possessions than our desire to ave Overconfidence and Hindsight bias A general limitation of our mind is its imperfect ability to reconstruct past states of knowledge or beliefs that ave changed Once you adopt a new view of the world or any part of it you immediately lose much of your ability to recall what you used to believe before your mind changed We see people everyday saying that what just The Camping Cookbook happened was what they always thought wouldappen and they in their overconfidence start believing that they always knew in indsight that such an event was probable see Halo Effect Prospect theory This theory attempts to explain the way people choose between probabilistic alternatives that involve risk where the probabilities of outcomes are known Kahneman illustrates it through this graph This theory is one of is most important in the field of behavioral economics Owing to its complexity I can not summarize it ere PS I ighly recommend this book to anyone with a serious interest in Behavioral Psychology Don t waste your time on self Black Stone help books when you can read the real stuff Whew Wrestled this one down to the ground It s got so much in it I ve got all I can for now I m leaving it out in the living room for now though for refreshersThe author s aim is to prove to us that we are not rational beings to the extent we think we are that evolutionas seen to that And that being the case the book outlines what we need to know so as not to mess up decisions like we On Liberty have been doing like we all do Ande s made it accessible He pulls you in You will get your share of Aha moments You can read it at whatever level you want You can skim over the complicated parts and go for the pithy conclusions Or if you are really into the science and scholarship there are footnotes in the back stealth footnotes without the little numbers on the book s pages so as not to intimidate the general audience All based on science It s true whether you like it or not And it is applicable to your life You can t go over it you can t go under it so go through it with this book If we all used our brains just a little what couldn t we accomplish News for August 9 2013 Daniel Kahneman is one of the sixteen Medal of Freedom recipients for this yearFebruary 11 2019 Heard on NPR Krista Tippett s On Being Sunday a week ago a good reviewoverview In the last few years two books took me FOREVER to get through The first was Daniel Dennett s Darwin s Dangerous Idea and the second is Kahneman s Thinking Fast and Slow What caused this What do they No Way Down have in common Both books explain in minute detail simple concepts with immensely far reaching implications and bothave been after the slog the most intellectually rewarding reading of my adult life Where to begin I Pulled Thread Embroidery have a number of theories running around in myead and occasionally I try to corral them on paper I organize seuence and interconnect them in a way that will prevent my reader from meaningfully widening their eyes in an aside while winding their finger around one ear Cuckoo Good writing about complex topics is very very difficult and Kahneman English Humour for Beginners has corraled 30 years of scienceis career and all e as learned into a perfectly arranged seuence that leads the reader into a wilderness provisioning you in each chapter with the tools you ll need for the next part of the journeyThe second most striking effect on me is the number of times I said Yes YES this is what I ve been saying In my case it The Ransom of Mercy Carter has usually been some sort of intuitiveexcuse me Mr Kahneman I mean System 1 recognition of a pattern in my observations about the way we think In Kahneman s case those intuitionsave been converted into theoretical propositions each meticulously researched in well designed experiments Clearly this is at least one difference between me and a Nobel Prize winning researcherSo why does this stuff matter In the context of broader discussions of free will intention choice and control over the directions our lives take this book can provide powerful insights that might currently be obscured by these cognitive illusions and the inherent limitations of System 1System 2 thinking Perhaps we re not as free in our decisions as we might like to think if priming as such a stunningly reproducible effect Perhaps we re not so determined if activities that initially reuire System 2 attention can be turned into second nature technical expertise intuitions Ie learning and training MATTERS in our ability to detect and respond to events that if untrained might take advantage of our brain s inherent blind spots or weaknesses Perhaps childhood religious indoctrination is a very adept recognition of these mental tendenciesflaws so profoundly if intuitivelynaively expressed by Ignatius Loyola founder of the Jesuit order Give me the boy until 7 I will give you the man paraphrased forgive me Kahneman s discoveries and documentation of mental capacity and biases could form the basis of a Mental Martial Arts program an alternative form of indoctrination in which students are trained to understand their brains weaknesses and learn to take stances or engage in practices that eliminate or reduce the errors to which these weaknesses can lead This book will rearrange the way you think about ow you think This is a fascinating book Reading this book means not Lallieva (Alice Allevi, having to read so many others For example you could avoidaving to read Sway Blink Nudge and probably a dozen or so other books on Behavioural Economics And the best part of it is that this is the guy or at least one alf of the two guys who came up with these ideas in the first place I was thinking that perhaps the best way to explain those other books would be to compare them to Monty Python I want you to imagine something. đặc biệt rất dễ iểu và vui nhộnĐã có rất nhiều cuốn sách nói về tính British Society Since 1945 hợp lý và phi lý của con người trong tư duy trong việc đánh giá và ra uyết định nhưng Thinking fast and slow được Tạp chí Tài chính Mỹ đánh giá là “kiệt tác”Bạn nghĩ rằng bạn tư duy nhanhay chậm Bạn tư duy và suy nghĩ theo lối “trông mặt bắt ình dong” đánh giá mọi vật nhanh chóng bằng cảm uan uyết định dựa theo cảm xúc ay tư duy một cách cẩn thận chậm rãi nhưng logic Reiki And The Seven Chakras hợp lý về một vấn đề Thinking fast and slow sẽ đưa ra và lý giảiai Turning the Tide of Battle hệ thống tư duy tác động đến con đường nhận thức của bạn Kahneman gọi đó làệ thống 1 và I Curse the River of Time hệ thống 2 Hệ thống 1 còn gọi là cơ chế nghĩ nhanh tự động thường xuyên được sử dụng cảm tính rập khuôn và tiềm thức Hệ thống 2 còn gọi là cơ chế nghĩ chậm đòiỏi ít nỗ lực ít được sử dụng dùng logic có tính toán và ý thức Trong một loạt thí nghiệm tâm lý mang tính tiên phong Kahneman và Tversky ch.

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WikipediaDaniel Kahneman Hebrew דניאל כהנמן‎ born 5 March 1934 is an Israeli American psychologist and winner of the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences notable for his work on behavioral finance and hedonic psychologyWith Amos Tversky and others Kahneman established a cognitive basis for common human errors using heuristics and biases Kahneman Tversky 1973 Kahneman Slovic Tversky 1982 and developed Prospect theory Kahneman Tversky 1979 He was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economics for his work in Prospect theory Currently he is professor emeritus of psychology at Princeton University's Department of Psychology