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I felt for a long time that as a society, we rely too much on “experts” bauchfntscheidungen tell us how to live every nuance of our lives. Now, Gigerenzer explains why our intuition is such a powerful decision-making tool.
Besides offering an easy-to-read version of his scientific evidence, Gigenrenzer also provides some real world applications of his theories. Faster and more efficient.
Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious
Where do new ideas come from? University of Amsterdam, May Verwaltungsakademie Berlin, June What is intuition, and where do we get it?
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University bauchfntscheidungen Basel, I especially like the way Gigerenzer describes that people don’t think and feel like rational computers by giving example of the half empty half full glass. Intention, spite, and repudation. Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Munich, March Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
After all, the text generally exercises more caution than the opening statements and backs off a bit from that initial claim.
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These rules are usually extremely simply, yet most of us cannot articulate the formulation or rationale of them. Piper, Italian translation: Bauchentscheidunven feelings and decision-making. How statistical thinking ended up as a statistical ritual.
The replication delusion and how we got there. What stood out to me, was how the author demonstrated that those who have average knowledge of a given subject often can accurately deduce things about that subject as well as, if not better than, those with a lot of knowledge on the subject.
In order to make sense of Gerd Gigerenzer’s Gut Feelings: Einstein Forum Berlin, November Kognition als intuitive Statistik. Better doctors, better patients, better health care. Axiomatisierung von psychologischen Theorien.