S*** My Dad Says (Justin Halpern) set a pretty high level expectation for this read. Although I Suck at Girls was a very entertaining and funny read, it does not quite match up to S*** My Dad Says.
This book is also a great read for males that were on the more introverted side while growing up - makes our journey look easy (or maybe I am just that cool).
Yes, but it depends on weather they they enjoy science or not.
Emphasis in all the right places and keeps you engaged.
Great psychology/behavioral book which focuses on human biases, rationality, fallacies, and the quest for happiness. Kahneman breaks the mind down into two agents to help explain his theories:
System 1: Fast, automatic, frequent, emotional, stereotypic, subconscious
System 2: Slow, effortful, infrequent, logical, calculating, conscious
Although it can be complicated at times, overall this book is a great read and I definitely recommend it to anybody curious about why we do what we do and why we make mistakes.
My only quarrel about the audio, is that it diverts from the book several times leaving you lost and confused. But still make sure you have paper/electronic copy as the author refers to images and figures in the book.
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