Substituting a Hard Question for an Easier One: Daniel Kahneman’s ‘Thinking Fast, Thinking Slow’

This article is written by Erik van Mechelen in “conversation” with Yu-kai Chou and Daniel Kahneman.  Substituting for Easier Questions Do you like Yu-kai’s glasses? You might substitute an easier question, “Do I like Yu-kai?” then quickly answer “Yes I like your glasses” and move on with your day. In the introduction to Thinking Fast, Thinking … Continue reading Substituting a Hard Question for an Easier One: Daniel Kahneman’s ‘Thinking Fast, Thinking Slow’

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Author: Erik Mechelen
Source: http://yukaichou.com/behavioral-analysis/substituting-hard-question-easier-one-daniel-kahnemans-thinking-fast-thinking-slow/

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