Thinking fast, thinking slow – Daniel Kahneman. 

This is a fairly big book that looks at the links and the entire polar opposites of the minds ability to think fast and to think slow. Essentially making snap decisions versus prolonged and evaluated ones. It highlights a lot of case studies to illustrate the difference, influences, stereotypes, cultural norms. There are also a lot of examples of the influences over quantitive and qualitative data and analysis. It’s so repetitive that I eventually stopped listening to the book half way through. It’s 21 hours long and I think there are more valuable books to spend your time listening to.

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