How To Reduce Decision Noise

Last week, we talked about how some of the leaders of the cognitive biases and heuristics research tradition have increasingly turned to noise reduction as a method for improving decisions. We also discussed why this shift exists: it turns out that reducing cognitive bias in real world decision making is too damned hard to do.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at

Note for members, since this is a public thread: I’ve uploaded a copy of Kahneman’s original article on MAP in this other (members-only) thread; this discussion is for the rest of the ideas in the post.