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Last year, Steven Pinker described Daniel Kahneman as “the world’s most influential living psychologist.” In 2012, Kahneman published Thinking Fast and Slow, which became an unexpected bestseller. The book continues to shape thinking about decision-making and the psychology of judgement. Kahneman was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics in 2002 for having “integrated insights from psychological research into economic science.”

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