Thinking, fast and slow

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The long-awaited work by "one of the most influential psychologists in history and certainly the most important psychologist alive today" (Steven Pinker).
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subject_facetDecision making
Intuition
Reasoning
Thought and thinking
title_displayThinking, fast and slow
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Decision making
Intuition
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Psychology
Reasoning
Thought and thinking