Table of contents for Thinking and deciding / Jonathan Baron.

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1. Introduction
1. Thinking in general
2. The study of thinking
3. Good thinking:  the nature of rationality
4. Problem solving
5. Learning:  basic processes
6. Learning:  complex material
7. Intelligence and creativity
8. The teaching of thinking
9. Formal logic
10. Logic and everyday reasoning
11. Normative theory of probability
12. Descriptive theory of probability judgment
13. Hypothesis testing
14. Judgment of correlation and contingency
15. Biases and beliefs
16. Normative theory of utility and choice
17. Decision analysis and utility measurement
18. Descriptive theory of choice under uncertainty
19. Description of choice under certainty
20. Quantitative judgment
21. Moral thinking
22. Fairness
23. Social dilemmas: cooperation versus defection
24. Decisions about the future.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Thought and thinking, Decision making