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Shahid Siddiqui 11h
A great start of Book Talk Series at NUML, organised by Faculty of Social Sciences, today. Thanks Dr Wajiha Shahid for discussing the book, "Thinking Fast and Slow", by Daniel Kahneman.
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nithmks 11h
I had been postponing this Thinking, fast and slow by for a leisure read: Concepts like The law of least effort Ego depletion slides easily in the first 2 chapters. After effects of reading this book, I making an effort to consciously engage my
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Charudutt Deshpande Sep 14
We are prone to overestimate how much we understand about the world and to underestimate the role of chance in events.
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raw ramblings Sep 14
Replying to @PenguinIndia
Thinking, Fast and Slow by
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Kelly Choi 🦋 Jan 1
I’m fascinated by how we think and what makes us do what we do, so getting this book was a No-🧠er. And I’ve listened to Nobel laureate on several podcasts (he’s…
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Payman Taei 27 Aug 17
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Travis Atkinson 6 May 18
Yes Thinking Fast & Slow!
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Mareike Emde 11 Sep 18
Replying to @raulde
Sunken Cost Fallacy. „The Truth: Your decisions are tainted by the emotional investments you accumulate, and the more you invest in something the harder it becomes to abandon it.“ from
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Yu-kai Chou 3 Apr 17
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Jonathan Levy 13 Oct 16
Brilliant interview by : . Latest guest on psych of judgement and decision making.
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Drew, Walk & Co. 14 Jan 16
“... the long-term is not where life is lived" Nice note by @wealthofcs on framing and invest mgmt
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Andy Hart 25 Jan 17
All of us would be better investors if we just made fewer decisions.
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Olaf Witkowski 15 Oct 16
AI does feel horror! If we take life as information seriously, ethics emerges in autonomous AI like in humans
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zelma acosta-rubio 🌻 26 Aug 18
“The world in our heads is not a precise replica of reality...”
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Julienne DesJardins 21 May 17
"It's a wonderful thing to be . It keeps you and it keeps you resilient."
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Mark Storm 12 Jun 16
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Drew, Walk & Co. 24 Jan 16
"The illusion that we understand the past fosters overconfidence in our ability to predict the future."
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Big Think 2 Apr 17
Feeling is a form of thinking too, says Nobel Prize winner :
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Tania Saleem 7 Apr 18
“Nothing in life is as important as you think it is, while you are thinking about it” , Thinking, Fast and Slow
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Insight Agents 2 Nov 17
Like , only readable & straightforward to apply. Peerless on in adland
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