Tag Archives: Amos Tversky

Modest Realism in Conflict: Top Ten Conflict Tips

Modern political discourse in the US seems to have become detached from reality in so many ways in the current 2016 Presidential Election campaign and before. So I thought it a good time to post one of our Top Ten … Continue reading

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The Application of Daniel Kahneman’s Biases and Heuristics to Conflict

I have always found the work of Daniel Kahneman and his later collaborator Amos Tverksy very useful on the biases we show in facing reality and nowhere is this more useful than in conflict. You can read about their work … Continue reading

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Daniel Kahneman: This Much I Know

I really like the work of Daniel Kahneman and his late colleague Amos Tversky. I enjoyed this piece by Tim Adams in today’s UK Observer newspaper about Daniel’s takes on his work and life:  The 78-year-old Nobel prize-winning psychologist on … Continue reading

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Conflict Resolution Strategies: the Implications of Recent Neuroscience

Recent neuroscience is uncovering a lot about why we handle conflict so dysfunctionally Continue reading

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