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Why is split second decision-making superior to deliberation? Gut Feelings delivers the science behind Malcolm Gladwell's Blink. Reflection and reason are overrated, according to renowned psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer. Much better qualified to help us make decisions is the cognitive, emotional, and social repertoire we call intuition, a suite of gut feelings that have evolved over the millennia specifically for making decisions. Gladwell drew heavily on Gigerenzer's research. But Gigerenzer goes a step further by explaining just why our gut instincts are so often right. Intuition, it seems, is not some sort of mystical chemical reaction but a neurologically based behavior that evolved to ensure that we humans respond quickly when faced with a dilemma (BusinessWeek).


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  • Author : Gerd Gigerenzer
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Genre : Science
  • Total Pages : 290 pages
  • ISBN : 0143113763
  • PDF File Size : 20,6 Mb
  • Language : English
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews

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  • Publisher : Penguin
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  • Release Date : 24 June 2008
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  • Publisher : Penguin UK
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  • Release Date : 09 August 2008
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  • Publisher : Crown Currency
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  • Release Date : 18 December 2007
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At times in our careers, we've all been aware of a "gut feeling" guiding our decisions. Too often, we dismiss these feelings as "hunches" and therefore untrustworthy. But renowned researcher