Daniel Kahneman

Daniel Kahneman

Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs

Speeches by Daniel Kahneman come from a place of extensive research and experience studying psychology and social interaction.

Originally from Tel Aviv, Israel, Kahneman is an accomplished psychologist with a PhD in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. Having worked and researched in a number of topics related to the study, from cognitive psychology to Hedonic psychology, his background is well-rounded and has earned him a spot on the Princeton faculty where he works with his wife, Anne Treisman. A winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in 2002, Kahneman has since become and even more well-known leader in the psychology world.

Insightful and calm, speeches by Daniel Kahneman are critical to those wishing to understand the current leading theories and views in the study of psychology.

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