Why is split second decision-making superior to deliberation? Gut Feelings delivers the science behind Malcolm Gladwell?s Blink Reflection and reason. Gerd Gigerenzer, Gut Feelings: Short Cuts to Better Decision Making, Penguin Books, (1st ed. ) ISBN £ (paperback). Gut Feelings by Gerd Gigerenzer. Essay. Joel Edenberg. I found this book to be very good. Even though the book did not contain any surprising.
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However, I This book has quite a few interesting anecdotes and studies that demonstrate how our subconscious mind is where most of our decisions are made, and actually does a good job most of the time with a few rules of thumb and some ignorance. Pure reason, in other words, is impractical in a bustling world.
Knowing the difference and adjusting appropriately is key. Jul 30, Andrea rated it really liked it Shelves: Gigerenzer is the director of the Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Germany but he makes this text highly accessible for the layperson even concepts that may at first seem daunting deserve perseverance, for it takes just a paragraph or two.
The Intelligence of the Unconscious. He concludes the book: Similarly, structuring the environment to take advantage of those background processes can really simplify life gug reduce error.
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I feelings 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. Gerd Gigerenzer is the author of Gut Feelings. Five simple one-at-a-time questions will yield a more reliable answer than a variable formula that tries to account for everything.
La inteligencia del inconsciente. It has learned to do this from a combination of evolution and experience. I found the other book more practical – giving me lots of ideas on how to change the way I acted.
This book has quite a few interesting anecdotes and studies that demonstrate how our subconscious mind is where most of our decisions are made, and actually does a good job most of the time with a few rules of thumb and some ignorance.
Much better qualified to help us make decisions is the cognitive, emotional, and social repertoire we call intuition?
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Jun 27, Andrew Skretvedt rated it really liked it. By examining various decisions we make—how we choose a spouse, a stock, a medical procedure, or the answer to a million-dollar game show question—Gigerenzer shows how gut feelings not only lead to good practical decisions, but also underlie hut moral choices that make our society function. How does intuition work? A recommended complement to the BE literature.
Nov 19, Rafael Parreira rated it it feeelings amazing. By examining various decisions we make—how we choose a spouse, a stock, a medical procedure, or the answer to a million-dollar game show question—Gigerenzer shows how gut feelings not only lead to good practical decisions, but also underlie the moral choices that make our society function.
The menu has only 1 item that they prepare very well and lots of people love it and come thief quite often. When asked the other way around, they will move the previously empty glass. I highly suggest reading these two well written and important books together.
His scientific study of intuition in decision-making is fascinating. To ask other readers questions about Gut Feelingsplease sign up. I’d recommend the section discussing triage in a cardiac care unit, to any healthcare professional who must make a decision about directing a patient on for any type of care, or who is being asked to render advice about seeking care.
The value of these unconscious rules lies precisely in feelingss difference from rational analysis—they take into account only the most useful bits of information rather than attempting to evaluate all possible factors.
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Gigerenzer’s explanations of social decision heuristics — what we do versus what we think we are doing — are compelling and thought-provoking. How can simple “rules of thumb” help amateurs beat the stock market, outfielders catch a fly ball, parents choose a school, or lovers a mate? Such rules of thumb work in millions of other applications, from the mundane grrd the stocks of companies you recognize” to the potentially deadly heart attack or heartburn?
Lots of interesting research about how our gut instinct is often as good predicting right answers or even better than some educated guesses. May 03, Roberta rated it really liked it. The archetype is the fielder chasing a fly ball. So, if you want to save yourself the time and expense of taking a Cognitive Science course, this book is a pretty good solution. Therefore if you wanna have a chance of defeating someone who is a master in say sport ask him to tell you how he “swings his hand so accurately” or something, forcing him to consciously recall the steps he takes thereby increase his chances for failure!