Monthly Archives: March 2013

More Thinking, Fast & Slow in Dispute Resolution

Mediate to Overcome Cognitive Biases Readers may be familiar with Daniel Kahneman’s 2011 best selling book Thinking, Fast and Slow. The book synthesizes for a popular audience the 35 years of research in human cognition and behavior that earned him a Nobel Prize in economics in 2002. Kahneman, himself a psychologist, offers singular insight into human cognitive processes. His work has profound implications for all fields of decision-making, not the least of which is the resolution of disputes. The book identifies almost two-dozen “cognitive biases” — errors of reasoning, of... Read More