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The Globe and Mail
The one mistake that most traders keep makingwhich distorts people’s decisions in many domains. In their path-breaking work
The one mistake that most traders keep making
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
which distorts people’s decisions in many domains. In their path-breaking work on human behaviour, Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman found that people make judgments about probability by asking about which events come most readily to mind... Read more
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Financial Planning.com
Fiduciary Declarationare: Control investment expenses [Signed:] Sheila C. Bair, Alan A. Blinder,
Fiduciary Declaration
Financial Planning.com / Posted 2 days ago
are: Control investment expenses [Signed:] Sheila C. Bair, Alan A. Blinder, John C. Bogle, Peter G. Fitzgerald, Tamar Frankel, Andrew K. Golden, Roger G. Ibbotson, Arthur Levitt, Daniel Kahneman, Burton Malkiel, David F. Swenson, Paul A.... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Does the decision to toss or not affect the pitch?match for instance), our brains pattern-spot, even when there is no pattern."
Does the decision to toss or not affect the pitch?
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 4 days ago
match for instance), our brains pattern-spot, even when there is no pattern." This is part of what the psychologist Daniel Kahneman calls "the availability heuristic". We make our decisions based on the most readily available or obvious... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The Biggest Judgment Error You Don't Know You're Makingquestion: why do we fall victim to the Fundamental Attribution Error? In his bo
The Biggest Judgment Error You Don't Know You're Making
Greenwich Time / Posted 5 days ago
question: why do we fall victim to the Fundamental Attribution Error? In his book "Thinking Fast and Slow," Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman explains that our brains alternate between two information processing systems: System 1, which operates... Read more
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The News-Times
The Biggest Judgment Error You Don't Know You're Makingquestion: why do we fall victim to the Fundamental Attribution Error? In his bo
The Biggest Judgment Error You Don't Know You're Making
The News-Times / Posted 5 days ago
question: why do we fall victim to the Fundamental Attribution Error? In his book "Thinking Fast and Slow," Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman explains that our brains alternate between two information processing systems: System 1, which operates... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The Biggest Judgment Error You Don't Know You're Makingquestion: why do we fall victim to the Fundamental Attribution Error? In his bo
The Biggest Judgment Error You Don't Know You're Making
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
question: why do we fall victim to the Fundamental Attribution Error? In his book "Thinking Fast and Slow," Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman explains that our brains alternate between two information processing systems: System 1, which operates... Read more
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Business Standard India
Manish Sabharwal & Sumit Kumar: Making skills self-healingbe done in phase two and only after putting in place appropriate processes and
Manish Sabharwal & Sumit Kumar: Making skills self-healing
Business Standard India / Posted 6 days ago
be done in phase two and only after putting in place appropriate processes and plumbing to avoid fraud. Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman says, "Most successful pundits are selected for being opinionated because it's interesting and the penalties... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Here's the psychological reason most people overvalue things they already owna bottle and the man refuses, even though he's never paid more than $35 for a b
Here's the psychological reason most people overvalue things they already own
Stamford Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
a bottle and the man refuses, even though he's never paid more than $35 for a bottle of wine. In 1990, Thaler, along with Daniel Kahneman and Jack Knetsch published experimental research that illustrated the power of the endowment effect. For the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Here's the psychological reason most people overvalue things they already owna bottle and the man refuses, even though he's never paid more than $35 for a b
Here's the psychological reason most people overvalue things they already own
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 days ago
a bottle and the man refuses, even though he's never paid more than $35 for a bottle of wine. In 1990, Thaler, along with Daniel Kahneman and Jack Knetsch published experimental research that illustrated the power of the endowment effect. For the... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Here's the psychological reason most people overvalue things they already owna bottle and the man refuses, even though he's never paid more than $35 for a b
Here's the psychological reason most people overvalue things they already own
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
a bottle and the man refuses, even though he's never paid more than $35 for a bottle of wine. In 1990, Thaler, along with Daniel Kahneman and Jack Knetsch published experimental research that illustrated the power of the endowment effect. For the... Read more
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WA Today
Misbehaving is really about expectationsfor thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true ori
Misbehaving is really about expectations
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
for thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true originator of BE is the Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman who, with his late partner, Amos Tversky, began in the early 1970s identifying the many "heuristics" (mental... Read more
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Canberra Times
Misbehaving is really about expectationsfor thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true ori
Misbehaving is really about expectations
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
for thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true originator of BE is the Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman who, with his late partner, Amos Tversky, began in the early 1970s identifying the many "heuristics" (mental... Read more
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The Age
Misbehaving is really about expectationsfor thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true ori
Misbehaving is really about expectations
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
for thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true originator of BE is the Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman who, with his late partner, Amos Tversky, began in the early 1970s identifying the many "heuristics" (mental... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Misbehaving is really about expectationsfor thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true ori
Misbehaving is really about expectations
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
for thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true originator of BE is the Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman who, with his late partner, Amos Tversky, began in the early 1970s identifying the many "heuristics" (mental... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Misbehaving is really about expectationsfor thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true ori
Misbehaving is really about expectations
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
for thinking about it. Many people probably assume, however, that the true originator of BE is the Princeton psychologist Daniel Kahneman who, with his late partner, Amos Tversky, began in the early 1970s identifying the many "heuristics" (mental... Read more
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Salon.com
Voters are like Neanderthals: How our primitive brains are ruining American politicsNixon. It makes no sense in retrospect. I thought I was being a thinking voter,
Voters are like Neanderthals: How our primitive brains are ruining American politics
Salon.com / Posted 12 days ago
Nixon. It makes no sense in retrospect. I thought I was being a thinking voter, but I was actually not. I was using what Daniel Kahneman calls “system one thinking.” I was just reacting. I wasn’t using higher order cognitive thinking, which is... Read more
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Raw Story
A historian explains how Trump uses fear to takes advantage of our Stone-Aged brainNixon. It makes no sense in retrospect. I thought I was being a thinking voter,
A historian explains how Trump uses fear to takes advantage of our Stone-Aged brain
Raw Story / Posted 13 days ago
Nixon. It makes no sense in retrospect. I thought I was being a thinking voter, but I was actually not. I was using what Daniel Kahneman calls “system one thinking.” I was just reacting. I wasn’t using higher order cognitive thinking, which is... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Nobel-prize winning economist and author Daniel Kahnemen speaks at PennDaniel Kahneman A select group of Penn students had the chance to attend a maj
Nobel-prize winning economist and author Daniel Kahnemen speaks at Penn
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 20 days ago
Daniel Kahneman A select group of Penn students had the chance to attend a major industry conference this past week. On Thursday and Friday, the Wharton School held its third annual People Analytics Conference at the Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia.... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Bestselling business author Dan Pink shares 2 simple exercises to make work bearable if you hate your jobPink said, the exercise helps reduce the influence of the focusing illusion, a
Bestselling business author Dan Pink shares 2 simple exercises to make work bearable if you hate your job
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
Pink said, the exercise helps reduce the influence of the focusing illusion, a term coined by the psychologist Daniel Kahneman to describe the idea that nothing is as important as you think it is when you're thinking about it. According... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Bestselling business author Dan Pink shares 2 simple exercises to make work bearable if you hate your jobPink said, the exercise helps reduce the influence of the focusing illusion, a
Bestselling business author Dan Pink shares 2 simple exercises to make work bearable if you hate your job
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 days ago
Pink said, the exercise helps reduce the influence of the focusing illusion, a term coined by the psychologist Daniel Kahneman to describe the idea that nothing is as important as you think it is when you're thinking about it. According... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Bestselling business author Dan Pink shares 2 simple exercises to make work bearable if you hate your jobPink said, the exercise helps reduce the influence of the focusing illusion, a
Bestselling business author Dan Pink shares 2 simple exercises to make work bearable if you hate your job
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
Pink said, the exercise helps reduce the influence of the focusing illusion, a term coined by the psychologist Daniel Kahneman to describe the idea that nothing is as important as you think it is when you're thinking about it. According... Read more
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Raw Story
Taxpayers beware — tax software may end up costing more than you thinkfor each piece of new tax information that is put into the tax software. Prosp
Taxpayers beware — tax software may end up costing more than you think
Raw Story / Posted 21 days ago
for each piece of new tax information that is put into the tax software. Prospect theory, developed by psychologists Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky in 1979, suggests that a decision-maker’s choices can be “framed” as either in a “gain... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Food and Memory: The Meals That Shape Our Livesby his aunt, Leonie. We all have our own “madeleines,” and according to Nobel
Food and Memory: The Meals That Shape Our Lives
Greeley Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
by his aunt, Leonie. We all have our own “madeleines,” and according to Nobel laureate and Behavioral economics founder, Daniel Kahneman, they are encapsulated in life moments 3 seconds long. Kahneman calculates that a life contains 600 million... Read more
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PhysOrg
Top-heavy dispersal of wealth linked to lower life evaluationsIn their seminal 2010 study, Nobel laureates Daniel Kahneman and Angus Deaton o
Top-heavy dispersal of wealth linked to lower life evaluations
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
In their seminal 2010 study, Nobel laureates Daniel Kahneman and Angus Deaton of Princeton demonstrated that higher income improves one's life satisfaction but not one's emotional well-being. Building off of that research, Cornell's Richard... Read more

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