by Daniel Kahneman

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Kahneman, a Nobel Prize winning behavior economist, explains how our thinking is broken down into two systems, one fast and reactionary, and a second that takes time to take in the larger context, past experience, and potential consequences.  Time and time again through study data and in-text exercises, he proves that our decision making is faulty even though our brian thinks we're correct.  This is one that will have you thinking long after you've put it down.


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