Schlagwort-Archive: Daniel Kahnemann

Data-driven approach vs „old-approach“

„When the data-driven approach to high-stakes decision-making did not lead to immediate success—and, occasionally, even when it did—it was open to attack in a way that the old approach to decision-making was not.“ (Michael Lewis)

This article is about Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky and their research about decision making that has a great influence in sports.

How Two Trailblazing Psychologists Turned the World of Decision Science Upside Down

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Success breeds success?

“Success breeds success”? “Failure breeds failure”?

  golf_HHThis thesis comes from the social psychologist Albert Bandura. From his studies and his theory of self-efficacyhe drew the conclusion that a successful athletic performance boosts self-confidence to the athletes and thus leads to a further improvement in the current challenge or at the next. We then talk about Success breeds success? weiterlesen