So I stumbled on this article.
'So, replicability [of all studies in this book] is somewhere between 12% and 46%. Even if half of the results are replicable, we do not know which results are replicable and which ones are not.'
'Readers of “Thinking: Fast and Slow” should read the book as a subjective account by an eminent psychologist, rather than an objective summary of scientific evidence.'
I have no background in social sciences or statistics so I don't know if claims and math in this article are correct. Could somebody with more knowledge comment on this? This is HUGE if true.
I love this book to pieces but I don't want to go around spreading outdated science.. are there any similar books on human biases and thinking which are more recent and more robust when it comes to evidence and statistics?