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Decision Timing

Decision timing is a key factor in getting the most value from your decision making efforts. This presentation addresses some of the common decision traps, bia…

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Yes, timing is key point... not too much information, just enough... well, that's the difficulty...:-))) Good...

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Paul Watzlawick - Quand la solution est le problème (vidéo 45') - in German, French subtitle

Conférence du psychothérapeute Paul Watzlawick, enregistrée en 1987, à Stuttgart. Traduction française: Peter Cogen. Sous-titrage: Fabrice Pierredon.

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A classic from one of the most interesting therapeuta and thinker, author of Palo Alto Mental Research Institute... I have found it earlier in German on youtube but now it's also with French subtitle... his books are really amazing,  at the time a very new insight how people are thinking...

 

Just to mention some of his books (in English):

- Change

- Language of change

- How real is real

- The invented reality (editor and author)

- Situation is hopeless, but not serious (not the script of the similarly titled film comedy...:-)))

 

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, March 22, 4:26 PM

Sur le bon sens, les comportements obtus, les systèmes sans mécanisme de sauvegarde, notre psychologie humaine qui cherche de la cohérence plutôt que la vérité, les représentations (erronées) du monde, la réalité  etc. avec beaucoup d'humour. A (re)voir.

Philippe Vallat's curator insight, March 22, 4:27 PM

Sur le bon sens, les comportements obtus, les systèmes sans mécanisme de sauvegarde, notre psychologie humaine qui cherche de la cohérence plutôt que la vérité, les représentations (erronées) du monde, la réalité  etc. avec beaucoup d'humour. A (re)voir.

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Daniel Kahneman Explains The Machinery of Thought | Farnam Street

Daniel Kahneman Explains The Machinery of Thought | Farnam Street | Business Coaching | Scoop.it
Daniel Kahneman dissects the machinery of thought into two agents, system 1 and system two, which respectively produce fast and slow thinking.

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"One further limitation of System 1 is that it cannot be turned off..." Beside that it's useful...:-)))

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Mindful Judgment and Decision Making - Elke U. Weber and Eric J. Johnson

A full range of psychological processes has been put into play to explain judgment and choice phenomena. Complementing work on attention, information integration, and learning, decision research over the past 10 years has also examined the effects of goals, mental representation, and memory processes. In addition to deliberative processes, automatic processes have gotten closer attention, and the emotions revolution has put affective processes on a footing equal to cognitive ones. Psy-chological process models provide natural predictions about individual differences and lifespan changes and integrate across judgment and decision making ( JDM) phenomena. JDM research leverages our knowledge about psychological processes into causal explanations for important judgment and choice regularities, emphasizing the adaptive use of an abundance of processing alternatives. Such explanations supplement and support existing mathematical descriptions of phenomena such as loss aversion or hyperbolic discounting. Unlike such descriptions, they also provide entry points for interventions designed to help people overcome judgments or choices considered undesirable.
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