The Psychology of Human Misjudgment by Charles T. Munger

March 8, 2012

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This pdf is a long read, but a good one. Oddly, Warren Buffet does not subscribe to many of these theories. For example, on “Reward and Punishment Superresponse Tendency,” Munger says:”I’ve always underestimated that power. Never a year passes but I get some surprise that pushes a little further my appreciation of incentive superpower.” Yet,  Buffet says people will work just as hard and take just as much risk with 70% tax rates as they would with lower tax rates.

1. Reward and Punishment Superresponse Tendency
2. Liking/Loving Tendency
3. Disliking/Hating Tendency
4. Doubt-Avoidance Tendency
5. Inconsistency-Avoidance Tendency
6. Curiosity Tendency
7. Kantian Fairness Tendency
8. Envy/Jealousy Tendency
9. Reciprocation Tendency
10. Influence-from-Mere Association Tendency
11. Simple, Pain-Avoiding Psychological Denial
12. Excessive Self-Regard Tendency
13. Overoptimism Tendency
14. Deprival Superreaction Tendency
15. Social-Proof Tendency
16. Contrast-Misreaction Tendency
17. Stress-Influence Tendency
18. Availability-Misweighing Tendency
19. Use-It-or-Lose-It Tendency
20. Drug-Misinfluence Tendency
21. Senescence-Misinfluence Tendency
22. Authority-Misinfluence Tendency
23. Twaddle Tendency
24. Reason-Respecting Tendency
25. Lollapalooza Tendency – The Tendency to Get Extreme Confluences of Psychological
Tendencies Acting in Favor of a Particular Outcome

CHARLIE MUNGER ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN

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