(by Daniel Kahneman)

I, Michael Parker, own this book and took these notes to further my own learning. If you enjoy these notes, please purchase the book!


Part 1: Two Systems

Ch 1: The Characters of the Story

Ch 2: Attention and Effort

Ch 3: The Lazy Controller

Ch 4: The Associative Machine

Ch 5: Cognitive Ease

Ch 6: Norms, Surprises, and Causes

Ch 7: A Machine for Jumping to Conclusions

Ch 8: How Judgments Happen

Ch 9: Answering an Easier Question

Part 2: Heuristics and Biases

Ch 10: The Law of Small Numbers

Ch 11: Anchors

Ch 12: The Science of Availability

Ch 13: Availability, Emotion, and Risk

Ch 14: Tom W's Speciality

Ch 15: Linda: Less is More

Ch 16: Causes Trump Statistics

Ch 17: Regression to the Mean

Ch 18: Taming Intuitive Predictions

Part 3: Overconfidence

Ch 19: The Illusion of Understanding

Ch 20: The Illusion of Validity

Ch 21: Intuitions vs Formulas

Ch 22: Expert Intuition: When Can We Trust It?

Ch 23: The Outside View

Ch 24: The Engine of Capitalism

Part 4: Choices

Ch 25: Bernoulli's Errors

Ch 26: Prospect Theory

Ch 27: The Endowment Effect

Ch 28: Bad Events

Ch 29: The Fourfold Pattern

Ch 30: Rare Events

Ch 31: Risk Policies

Ch 32: Keeping Score

Ch 33: Reversals

Ch 34: Frames and Reality

Part 5: Two Selves

Ch 35: Two Selves

Ch 36: Life as a Story

Ch 37: Experienced Well-Being

Ch 38: Thinking About Life

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Last modified 06 April 2022