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Thinking, Fast and Slow

Updated on Dec 31, 2016   •   Daniel Kahneman   •   non-fiction  •  books

After procrastinating on reading the book for more than year in high school, I finally found time after graduating out of it. I was very excited to read the book, but my enthusiasm dwindled near the end of it. It is a good book, reflecting of Daniel Kahneman’s studies on psychology and economics, and pointing subtle human behavior when dealing with money, transactions, and probability.