[SEQ RERUN] Kahneman's Planning Anecdote

by MinibearRex1 min read31st Aug 20112 comments

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Today's post, Kahneman's Planning Anecdote was originally published on 17 September 2007. A summary (taken from the LW wiki):

 

Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman recounts an incident where the inside view and the outside view of the time it would take to complete a project of his were widely different.


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This post is part of the Rerunning the Sequences series, where we'll be going through Eliezer Yudkowsky's old posts in order so that people who are interested can (re-)read and discuss them. The previous post was Planning Fallacy, and you can use the sequence_reruns tag or rss feed to follow the rest of the series.

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