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When you are asked what you are thinking about, you can normally answer. .. The distinction between fast and slow thinking has been explored by. Thinking, Fast and Slow represents an elegant summation of a lifetime of research in which Kahneman, Princeton University Profes- sor Emeritus of Psychology. Editorial Reviews. lesforgesdessalles.info Review. Amazon Best Books of the Month, November Thinking, Fast and Slow - Kindle edition by Daniel Kahneman .
Two selves: The message in this chapter is that we tend to overestimate our ability to project the future. Thinking is metabolically expensive; 20 percent of our energy intake goes to the brain. If I know somebody who got mugged last year, and you don't, my assessment of the rate of street crime will probably be too high, and yours perhaps too low. To get back to the point, we are inclined to assume measurements are more valid than they are, in other words, to overestimate our ability to predict based on measurements. Think of it as the bananas vomit chapter. See all Editorial Reviews.