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Great book - well structured and published in Kindle format.
These raise real questions about the common assumption that humans behave rationally, using something like a cost-benefit calculus to make decisions.
The first article in the book gives an introduction to this work and a brief historical survey.
Great book - well structured and published in Kindle format. Thanks you Amazon for putting this classic in electronic format.Published 16 months ago by Brian D. Labatte
This is a good reference book for a range of different psychological theories around the notion of "decision making under uncertainty". Read morePublished 21 months ago by onp
I based a whole module of my PhD in management on this book. The heuristics and biases described in this book can be turned into power conversations in management to affect... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bobby
This collection of work makes for an excellent text book for students of cognitive psychology who wish to read and learn about the subject of heuristics and biases in human... Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by Lynette R. Stevenson