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Tag Archives: Cognitive Bias
The Nobel Prize winning psychologist, Danny Kahneman, has just released an excellent book entitled Thinking, Fast and Slow. Kahneman is the grandfather of the cognitive science revolution, with significant contributions dating back to the early… Read more
In his bestselling book Blink, Malcolm Gladwell describes the power of rapid, instinctive thinking. He explains how medical doctors, counterintuitively, can make improved diagnoses with less information and analysis. While there may be instances… Read more
The American football season has kicked off, the Presidential race for 2012 is in motion, and corporate earnings season is right around the corner. What do these three disparate events have in common? They all lead to the human propensity to… Read more