Thinking, Fast and Slow (by Daniel Kahneman)
Understanding how and why we make choices is important for everybody. If you are a scientist or aspire to be one in the future, understanding why we accept more readily some experimental results than others, why we are more comfortable with some hypotheses than others, is of fundamental
importance, both to guard against bias, and to be able to present our new ideas in a way that will make them more acceptable.
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