Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction: A Theoretical Analysis And A Review Of The Evidence by Paul E. Meehl My rating: 2 of 5 stars I got the gist of it but in no mood to read something this detailed. It is a good book just not meant for me. At chapter 5 I realized that it … Continue reading Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction – Paul E. Meehl
Research Methods for Business Students by Mark N.K. Saunders My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have been absent from writing reviews for a while and one of the many reasons is that I was working on my MPhil/PhD research proposal. It was a stressful phase in my life and this book has been instrumental … Continue reading Research Methods for Business Students -Mark N.K. Saunders, Philip Lewis, Adrian Thornhill
I thought I knew what to expect with this one but I was taken by surprise. This is in my opinion the best book of Khaled Hosseini that I have read, his masterpiece. I found reading from the various perspectives and timelines very pleasant. Khaled has a way with words that I wish I had. His characters are humane, with flaws, that feels relatable.
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman My rating: 4 of 5 stars We think we are the paragons of rationality; that we have valid and logical reasons to makes decisions the way we do, to have opinions the way we have, and to choose what we do. Kahneman's research might be hard to digest … Continue reading Thinking, Fast and Slow -Daniel Kahneman
First of all, I wish you all a happy new year and hope this year started well. Let's talk about what we did with our allocated time in 2017. If you minus the average sleep time of 8 hours out of a day, it gives us 16 hours of awake time which results in … Continue reading 2017 REWIND: Best Reads, Movies, Series and Games
Why am I sharing this? Well just to make a point. Not everything makes sense in this world. Not everything which is fair is legal and vice versa. Not everything is being done for the betterment of "us" as a whole. Some decisions are deliberately taken to benefit only a few at the detriment of … Continue reading My ranting about this imperfect world
Pocket is the one app that I have had consistently and probably used the most. Over the years that I used it, pocket sort of became like the favourite book that a child always carries around and reads whenever he has some free time.