To the power of two
This book is a biography with a difference. Michael Lewis paints a vivid picture of how Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky developed as individuals, and more significantly how they developed together, to generate such significant and game-changing ideas and theories. The author is not a psychologist, but has published a number of books along the theme of the fallibility of decision-making (e.g. Moneyball).
As well as describing the theories that Kahneman and Tversky produced,