In Poor Charlie's Almanack, Charlie Munger (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Munger), states that it useful to have 20 or so psychological models that one can run through--like
a flight attendant's checklist, in order to avoid misjudgement.

Charlie states that most psych textbooks are bad for a variety of reasons (the brightest people aren't writing them, good psych experiments might require being unethical, etc. etc.)
Nevertheless, he claims that there are some psych books/studies/etc. that are worth reading. However, aside from 1-2 examples, he doesn't tell the reader what they are.
 

What are good psych books/papers/etc. that go over the common psychological models one should know for usage in day-to-day life?
 

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