Thinking Fast and Slow How Your Brain Thinks

The first part of this summary was posted last week. If you already read it you can pick up where you left off on page 16. Thinking Fast and Slow (©2011, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux books: New York, NY) by Noble Prize winner Daniel Kahneman takes us on a ground breaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think. The fast system is intuitive and emotional, The slow system is more deliberative and more logical. This highly anticipated book can help you better understand your own thinking and make better decisions.

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5 Responses to “Thinking Fast and Slow How Your Brain Thinks”

  1. Mark Thompson says:

    Correction: December 18, 2011

    A review on Nov. 27 about “Thinking, Fast and Slow” erroneously attributed a distinction to the book’s author, Daniel Kahneman, who won the Nobel in economic science in 2002. His being a psychologist was indeed unusual but did not make his award “unique in the history of the prize.” Another psychologist, Herbert A. Simon, won the award in 1978. (Simon, a polymath and interdisciplinarian, was also an economist, a political scientist and a sociologist.)

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  3. I read a review in the New York Times.

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