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Thinking, fast and slow / Daniel Kahneman.

By: Kahneman, Daniel, 1934-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: BF448 .K34 2012Publication: London : Penguin, 2012Description: 499 p. : ill.Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 2011.ISBN: 9780141033570 (pbk.); 0141033576 (pbk.).Subject(s): Decision making | Cognition | Judgment | Thought and thinking
Contents:
PART I. TWO SYSTEMS. 1 THE CHARACTERS OF THE STORY -- 2. ATTENTION AND EFFORT -- 3. THE LAZY CONTROLLER -- 4. THE ASSOCIATIVE MACHINE -- 5. COGNITIVE EASE -- 6. NORMS, SURPRISES, AND CAUSES -- 7. A MACHINE FOR JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS -- 8. HOW JUDGMENTS HAPPEN -- 9. ANSWERING AN EASIER QUESTION -- PART II. HEURISTICS AND BIASES. 10. THE LAW OF SMALL NUMBERS -- 11. ANCHORS -- 12. THE SCIENCE OF AVAILABILITY -- 13. AVAILABILITY, EMOTION, AND RISK -- 14. TOM W'S SPECIALTY -- 15. LINDA: LESS IS MORE -- 16. CAUSES TRUMP STATISTICS -- 17. REGRESSION TO THE MEAN -- 18. TAMING INTUITIVE PREDICTIONS -- PART III. OVERCONFIDENCE. 19. THE ILLUSION OF UNDERSTANDING -- 20. THE ILLUSION OF VALIDITY -- 21. INTUITIONS VS. FORMULAS -- 22. EXPERT INTUITION: WHEN CAN WE TRUST IT? -- 23. THE OUTSIDE VIEW -- 24. THE ENGINE OF CAPITALISM -- PART IV. CHOICES. 25. BERNOULLI'S ERRORS -- 26. PROSPECT THEORY -- 27. THE ENDOWMENT EFFECT-- 28. BAD EVENTS -- 29. THE FOURFOLD PATTERN -- 30. RARE EVENTS -- 31. RISK POLICIES -- 32. KEEPING SCORE -- 33. REVERSALS -- 34. FRAMES AND REALITY -- PART V. TWO SELVES. 35. TWO SELVES -- 36. LIFE AS A STORY -- 37. EXPERIENCED WELL-BEING -- 38. THINKING ABOUT LIFE -- CONCLUSIONS -- APPENDIX A: JUDGMENT UNDER UNCERTAINTY -- APPENDIX B: CHOICES. VALUES, AND FRAMES.
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Reprint. Originally published: 2011.

PART I. TWO SYSTEMS. 1 THE CHARACTERS OF THE STORY -- 2. ATTENTION AND EFFORT -- 3. THE LAZY CONTROLLER -- 4. THE ASSOCIATIVE MACHINE -- 5. COGNITIVE EASE -- 6. NORMS, SURPRISES, AND CAUSES -- 7. A MACHINE FOR JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS -- 8. HOW JUDGMENTS HAPPEN -- 9. ANSWERING AN EASIER QUESTION -- PART II. HEURISTICS AND BIASES. 10. THE LAW OF SMALL NUMBERS -- 11. ANCHORS -- 12. THE SCIENCE OF AVAILABILITY -- 13. AVAILABILITY, EMOTION, AND RISK -- 14. TOM W'S SPECIALTY -- 15. LINDA: LESS IS MORE -- 16. CAUSES TRUMP STATISTICS -- 17. REGRESSION TO THE MEAN -- 18. TAMING INTUITIVE PREDICTIONS -- PART III. OVERCONFIDENCE. 19. THE ILLUSION OF UNDERSTANDING -- 20. THE ILLUSION OF VALIDITY -- 21. INTUITIONS VS. FORMULAS -- 22. EXPERT INTUITION: WHEN CAN WE TRUST IT? -- 23. THE OUTSIDE VIEW -- 24. THE ENGINE OF CAPITALISM -- PART IV. CHOICES. 25. BERNOULLI'S ERRORS -- 26. PROSPECT THEORY -- 27. THE ENDOWMENT EFFECT-- 28. BAD EVENTS -- 29. THE FOURFOLD PATTERN -- 30. RARE EVENTS -- 31. RISK POLICIES -- 32. KEEPING SCORE -- 33. REVERSALS -- 34. FRAMES AND REALITY -- PART V. TWO SELVES. 35. TWO SELVES -- 36. LIFE AS A STORY -- 37. EXPERIENCED WELL-BEING -- 38. THINKING ABOUT LIFE -- CONCLUSIONS -- APPENDIX A: JUDGMENT UNDER UNCERTAINTY -- APPENDIX B: CHOICES. VALUES, AND FRAMES.

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