Reviews of Non-fiction Books to Read — Applied Psychology

12 Rules For Life by Jordan B. Peterson

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12 Rules For Life by Jordan B. Peterson

A new book, 12 Rules For Life (2018), presents readers with an inventory of life's most urgent problems as well as challenges that have been in the human mind since the dawn of civilization. To help us live a meaningful life, author Jordan B. Peterson has compiled some of the most lasting philosophical and theological statements, as well as the teachings from some of our most beloved stories, into a collection of 12 principles. These clear and consistent rules, which draw on philosophy, psychology, history, and myth, may be followed by anybody.

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Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman

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Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman

 In our thoughts, there is a fascinating drama unfolding, a film-like storyline with two major characters that is full of twists, turns, drama, and suspense. System 1 is the impulsive, automatic, intuitive System 1, and System 2 is the thinking, methodical, and calculating System 2 are the two characteristics. As they compete against one another, their interactions influence the way we think, make judgements and choices, and behave as a result of our experiences. System 1 is the portion of our brain that works instinctively and abruptly, and which often operates without our conscious knowledge or permission. It is possible to encounter this system at work if you are exposed to an extremely loud and unexpected sound. What are you going to do? You most likely transfer your attention to the sound very quickly and instinctively after hearing it. System 1 is comprised of the following components:

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