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Thinking, Fast and Slow Audiobook – By Daniel Kahneman

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Thinking fast and slow Audiobook is a best-seller book by Daniel Kahneman. This book falls under the genre of non-fiction, as it does not portray any fiction.  It is based on psychology. This book got published in 2011, and it won awards in 2012. It was published by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux publishers.

Thinking Fast And Slow Audiobook – Plot And Review:

Name: Thinking Fast And Slow CD.
Author: Daniel Kahneman.
Published: October 25, 2011.
Series: None.
Genre: Non-fiction, Book.
Rating: 4.2.

Thinking Fast And Slow Audiobook


Since 2012, Thinking Fast And Slow Audiobook free had sold over one million copies. At the time of its distribution, it was on the New York Times Fan List. The book has been investigated in the media including the Huffington Post, The Guardian, New York Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, Bloomberg, and the New York Review of Book.

In a great pre-thinking, quicker, and more creative way, Kahneman takes us on a unique journey through the brain and outlines the two structures that drive our thinking. Frame 1 is fast, exciting, and exciting; System 2 is slower, more deliberate, and more compatible.

Kahneman reveals the immense power – and also the shortcomings and tendencies – of quick thinking and unravels the uncontrollable impact of environmental influences on our thinking and behavior.

About the Author:

Daniel Kahneman (conceived March 5, 1934) is an Israeli-American commentator specializing in his work on brain research and inspiration, as aspects of social finance, where he was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economic Science (given by Vernon L. Smith). His discovery of the challenge is a testament to a person’s winning attitude in modern literary theory.

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