Principles. Readers who like to think about thinking will enjoy Daniel Kahneman’s book, Thinking Fast and Slow. This Nobel winner elucidates his own research about how the mind works and comments on the insights of other researchers. The title refers to the ways in which our brain leads us toward quick and lazy decisions that are almost automatic versus the harder and slower thinking work that requires greater effort. Kahneman describes his decades of research in a readable style that most readers will find interesting and enlightening. Fans of behavioral economics will find this book to be delightful reading.
Rating: Four-star (Highly Recommended)
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