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Kahneman Mindmap

Kahneman Mindmap

Diminishing returns

Diminishing returns

If we only have money in the equation then it is not as valuable because then it is all about opportunity cost. The representation of e.g. a cup of cappuccino is higher than $3. Thus, we can take that money and make it specific, concrete - make it less valuable from an economic perspective but yet give it a higher perceived value. By doing this, you can change how people make decisions. ($1000 panasonic vs $700sony, $1000 sony incl cds for $300)

If we only have money in the equation then it is not as valuable because then it is all about opportunity cost. The representation of e.g. a cup of cappuccino is higher than $3. Thus, we can take that money and make it specific, concrete - make it less valuable from an economic perspective but yet give it a higher perceived value. By doing this, you can change how people make decisions. ($1000 panasonic vs $700sony, $1000 sony incl cds for $300)

Pluralistic ignorance: när något förklaras för en stor grupp så vågar vi inte stoppa föreläsaren för att säga att vi inte förstår (vi tror ju att alla andra förstår och vill inte verka dumma).

Pluralistic ignorance: när något förklaras för en stor grupp så vågar vi inte stoppa föreläsaren för att säga att vi inte förstår (vi tror ju att alla andra förstår och vill inte verka dumma).

http://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/sds/docs/loewenstein/ChoiceBracketing.pdf

http://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/sds/docs/loewenstein/ChoiceBracketing.pdf

3 Main Lessons from behavioral economics:  1. we have many decision biases  2. our intuitions are often wrong, and we don't recognize our faults  3. we need to rely on empirical evidence from experiments to accurately analyze our behavior

3 Main Lessons from behavioral economics: 1. we have many decision biases 2. our intuitions are often wrong, and we don't recognize our faults 3. we need to rely on empirical evidence from experiments to accurately analyze our behavior

I am on a tight schedule (study group) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UPxmjJXPWRAntxPvAoN9qTz3xUv1ujgVTHyDMCsXq3A/edit?usp=sharing  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UPxmjJXPWRAntxPvAoN9qTz3xUv1ujgVTHyDMCsXq3A  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_SL33-yrklJppLeDczVg8x3rV-k_BDiSt5i3nrtKPxY

I am on a tight schedule (study group) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UPxmjJXPWRAntxPvAoN9qTz3xUv1ujgVTHyDMCsXq3A/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UPxmjJXPWRAntxPvAoN9qTz3xUv1ujgVTHyDMCsXq3A https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_SL33-yrklJppLeDczVg8x3rV-k_BDiSt5i3nrtKPxY

Dan Arielys webbsida

Dan Arielys webbsida

System1 (intuition based on patterns, associations and previous experience) & system2 (reasoning system that searches for information in our memory). System 1 can is reinforced and upgraded when you experience new things. (Marketing is aimed at system1) NB! The "mechanism of substitution" is one of the mechanisms that leads to intuitive errors  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjVQJdIrDJ0=share

System1 (intuition based on patterns, associations and previous experience) & system2 (reasoning system that searches for information in our memory). System 1 can is reinforced and upgraded when you experience new things. (Marketing is aimed at system1) NB! The "mechanism of substitution" is one of the mechanisms that leads to intuitive errors http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjVQJdIrDJ0=share

The relationship between preferences and actions. (a) the view from neo-classical economics, in which a calculation of hedonic utility underlies behavior. In this view, preferences cause actions and actions reveal preferences. (b) captures the authors’ account, where behavior is driven by hedonic utility AND by situational factors, causing individuals to erroneously infer stable preferences from their actions.Later behavior is also driven in part by biased memories for these inferred…

The relationship between preferences and actions. (a) the view from neo-classical economics, in which a calculation of hedonic utility underlies behavior. In this view, preferences cause actions and actions reveal preferences. (b) captures the authors’ account, where behavior is driven by hedonic utility AND by situational factors, causing individuals to erroneously infer stable preferences from their actions.Later behavior is also driven in part by biased memories for these inferred…