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Reviewed in Canada on January 31, 2015
Daniel Kahneman is one of the only psychologists to receive a Nobel Prize in Economics, and this book displays most of his work over his entire career. One of the first books I read about behavioural psychology, Daniel dives into topics and finds reasons why we violate the rules of probability, why we are afraid of losses, why we choose vacations that result in the best memories rather than the best experiences, and a ton more.

While some parts are quite dense, this book is FILLED with great explanations of cognitive biases and how we can become more aware of them. A recommended first read if you don’t know much about behavioural psychology.
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