This book provides a comprehensive exploration of fluid intelligence and its relevance in decision-making. The author highlights the importance of gathering and sieving information, applying critical thinking, and questioning oneself to arrive at near-optimal decisions. Through selected inquiries, the book delves into topics such as the behavior of criteria adopted, the direct correlations that exist between approaches, and the identification of variables that affect preference making criteria.
The book also explores the relationship between external variables and preference criteria used, the algorithms and computations underpinning preference processes, and the neuro-behavioral underpinnings of preference capacities. Additionally, it delves into the effects of norms, pressures, and stigma on preference-making and the crucial role of motivation and goal-orientation in influencing preference-making.
Furthermore, the book explores the complex neuroeconomic process that allows for problem-solving in times of big data and artificial intelligence. It discusses fluid and crystallized intelligence and their relevance to personal and professional success. The author highlights how crystallized intelligence, which involves the application of knowledge and skills acquired through education and experience, is critical for effective communication, problem-solving, and adaptability in various domains.
This book is a valuable resource for researchers interested in psychology, decision-making processes, and the complex neuroeconomic process that underlies intelligence. The author's insightful analysis and comprehensive exploration of these topics provide readers with a better understanding of fluid intelligence and its impact on our lives.