Thu.Feb 16, 2017

The Social Priming Studies in “Thinking Fast and Slow” are not very replicable

Mind Hacks

In Daniel Kahneman’s “Thinking Fast and Slow” he introduces research on social priming – the idea that subtle cues in the environment may have significant, reliable effects on behaviour.

Study 42

Tackling the tough stuff

Clark Quinn

I was reflecting a wee bit on my books (and writings in general), and realized that there’s somewhat of a gap when I talk about games, and mobile, and more. And it’s not unconscious, but instead principled, even if it arises somewhat implicitly.

Trending Sources

New Research and a Welcome Surprise from Foundation CEOs

Beth Kanter

New Research and a Welcome Surprise from Foundation CEOs. By Lindsay Austin Louie. How much promise do the following practices hold for increasing foundations’ impact in the coming decades?”

The Social Priming Studies in “Thinking Fast and Slow” are not very replicable

Mind Hacks

In Daniel Kahneman’s “Thinking Fast and Slow” he introduces research on social priming – the idea that subtle cues in the environment may have significant, reliable effects on behaviour.

Paranoid or naive?

Dave Snowden

My post of yesterday induced a marvin-moment in one respondent. For those unfamiliar with the term it is a reference to Marvin the Paranoid Android from A Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.