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Thinking, fast and slow

Thinking, fast and slow

Language English
Contributor(s) Daniel Kahneman
Binding Paperback
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Overview: Thinking

The cognitive abilities of the human brain are an interesting topic. Daniel Kahneman has put together a group of case studies and psychological theories in his book, Thinking, fast and slow, which has been highly acclaimed worldwide. Kahneman explains that there are two systems of thought, one fast and emotional and the other, slow and logical. These two systems work together to influence our thought process. Moreover, this Thinking, fast and slow English book also helps us understand how the two systems work together to help us judge situations and make choices accordingly. This can prove to be a great way to evaluate the behavioural pattern of people.

The author of many psychological books, Daniel Kahneman is renowned for his extensive research in the fields of behavioural economics, psychology of judgement and hedonic psychology. Through this book, readers can understand the various concepts that affect the actual components of happiness. Thinking, fast and slow by Daniel Kahneman can also help gauge the advantages and disadvantages of optimism and fear. This can get the reader to ponder over his own cognitive pattern and gain a better understanding of his behaviour. Whether you are a student of psychology or are just interested in the subject, this can act as a great beginners guide to understand this vast concept.

Features: Thinking

  • Psychology
Product Details
Language English
Publication Date November 3, 2011
Publisher Penguin UK
Contributor(s) Daniel Kahneman
Binding Paperback
Edition 2011
Page Count 512
ISBN 10 1846146062
ISBN 13 9781846146060
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 694 grams
Product Dimensions 23.3 cm x 3.2 cm x 15.1 cm
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     Great book 26 October, 2014 On
    Have you heard people telling you that if you keep repeating the lies it will become a truth.
    This book answers the question.
    This is a psychology book which everyone can understand. The book explains our behaviours and is very helpful to understand ourselves as well as others.
    There are many demonstrations within the book. The language is very easy and in a flow.
    The book never drags and never feels like a burden.
    I will recommend this book to all of people who are interested in understanding human behaviour.
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