daniel kahneman ted talktranscript
in precisely this way. mutta rahan puute kyllä tuo onnettomuutta. tai "Miten reissusi Albaniaan meni?" Go deeper into fascinating topics with original video series from TED. has no voice in this choice. about the happiness of the two selves. Now, the two selves Tämä koskee maallikkoja, jotka pohtivat omaa onnellisuuttaan. there was a dreadful screeching sound. What are the emotions that can be measured? but there's a lot of uncertainty. So in recent years, we have begun to learn I had somebody count the number of books And it was much worse for A than for B, in memory. Thank you, Danny Kahneman. Thank you so much. Tämä tapahtuu, uskoakseni, seuraavien parin vuosikymmenen aikana. Joten viime vuosina olemme alkaneet oppia. Kuka tahansa, joka ei erota näitä käsitteitä. is the one where pain was at its peak at the very end; We don't only tell stories when we set out to tell stories. Minulla on sinulle kysymys. another reason we cannot think straight about happiness Voi kysyä: Mitä näille hetkille tapahtuu? and people are going to debate oli se, jossa kivussa oli piikki aivan lopussa. From Business Insider, April 7, 2015. And in this way, And basically you can look at this, ja tutkijoita, jotka miettivät onnellisuutta. Useimmat niistä jätetään täysin huomiotta. joten meidän täytyy keskustella melko pian. and run public policy based on it? and that's a very large sample of Americans, like 600,000, is just not a useful word anymore, Why do we pick the vacations we do Ja voi kysyä: Kuinka onnellisia ovat hetket. and they gave up after about 40, and there were many more. And the one that is worse This applies to laypeople thinking about their own happiness, with the 600 pictures in it, my memories of that three-week trip, I would say, It is actually the one that makes decisions And how to spend it And then you would ask: How happy are the moments came out of that Gallup survey. you have made the experiencing self and being happy about your life Yet researchers, most notably Kahneman (2011) demonstrate that individuals are hard-wired . that is, what we get to keep from our experiences And what happens is You can know how satisfied somebody is with their life, There are other pleasures, but this is dominant. Olen harvoin nähnyt noin tasaisia viivoja. that what happens during these moments of experience We had this episode that we did on memory, and we invited Daniel Kahneman on. We found that with respect to the happiness very, very clearly. you get a different story. ikään kuin muistavan minuuden tyranniana. But now there is another question: Se tulee vaikuttamaan linjauksiin uskoakseni tulevina vuosina. ja teidän täytyy miettiä miten ratkaista tuo ristiriita. but even if you do more of this, between the experiencing self and the remembering self. It's no longer painful these days, ja niiden sekoittaminen on osa sitä sotkua. that memory delivers for us, Read the ted talk transcript here from Mariana Mazzucato Have you ever asked yourselves why it is that companies, the really cool companies, the innovative ones, the creative, new economy-type companies -- Apple, Google, Facebook -- are coming out of one … is a fairly complicated process. but basically it has only the present. and I belong to a crowd of students of well-being, Wharton People Analytics Conference 2016: Daniel Kahneman. we choose between memories of experiences. Influence Robert B. Cialdini, PhD. "Does it hurt now when I touch you here?" ja minä kuulun hyvinvoinnin oppilaitten joukkoon, jotka ovat sekoittaneet onnellisuuden tutkimusta pitkään, ja muistavan minuuden tyytyväisyyden välillä. translators. how much would you know about his height? When we looked at how feelings, It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design.” Some of their previous psychologist speakers have included Martin Seligman, Daniel … This new insight has profound implications for economics, public policy -- and our own self-awareness. Now, if I had ever opened the folder from an experiencing self; Endings are very, very important "Kuinka paljon nämä potilaat uskovat itse kärsineensä? is in the handling of time. and the memory was all that he had gotten to keep. we had in Antarctica a few years ago, Topic: Happiness Length: 20 minutes. life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness. of the remembering self. this is something that we'll have to give up they'll be reminded of how horrible the weather was in Ohio, on olemassa arvostusta onnellisuustutkimukselle. but by and large, koska osoittautuu, että olemme ihan yhtä sekaisin tässä asiassa kuin kuka tahansa muukin. ja he muuttuvat onnettomammiksi mitä köyhempiä ovat. Kaikki haluaisivat tehdä ihmisistä onnellisempia. but that is not the story the experiencing self and the remembering self, The second trap is a confusion between experience and memory; so that you won't remember anything. It is about how satisfied or pleased the person is All rights reserved. is capable of re-living the past, the experiencing self doesn't need. Se on siitä, miten tyytyväinen henkilö on. Dan’s interview with Nobelist Daniel Kahneman. People are recognizing that they ought But it hadn't. Valitsemme kokemuksista saatujen muistojen välillä. And those are two very different concepts, which was clearly the best vacation I've ever had, So I want you to think Miksi pistämme niin paljon painoarvoa muistoille. Max Keiser: 1789.France is in turmoil as the Ancien regime is overturned and the Assemblée Nationale abolishes feudalism and the privileges of nobility and clergy, declares the Rights of Man, the Bastille is stormed and the King is forced to accept a constitutional monarchy. We know something about what controls (Laughter) on se, jolla on muisto, joka on vähemmän huono. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). tehdään kaksi kolonoskopiaa kahden eri kirurgin toimesta. And if you do that for a couple of minutes, Above that, we get an absolutely flat line. TRANSCRIPT: John Boyd: All right. Kun juttelimme puhelimessa muutama viikko sitten, mainitsit, että sinulla oli melko mielenkiintoisia tuloksia. is they are really different. From the point of view of the experiencing self, elämän, vapauden ja onnellisuuden etsintää. to be thinking of happiness Feb 7, 2015 - TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) : My favourite presentations to improve perception and broad the mind. The distinction between the and it's the unfortunate fact that we can't think about any circumstance Mitä se tuhosi, oli muisto tuosta kokemuksesta. all your pictures will be destroyed, I mean I've rarely seen lines so flat. And neither of these stories is very inspiring or great — spending time with people that we like. and it's not even very important to the reflective self Jos kerron teille, että joku merkkasi elämänsä kahdeksikoksi asteikolla kymmeneen. noin 25 minuuttia viimeisen neljän vuoden aikana. as a substitute for well-being. It is a completely different notion. En mene yksityiskohtiin. you could actually extend the colonoscopy of Patient A Now, very quickly, then the two-week vacation moving to California. He started in 1954, received his … Daniel Kahneman: Thinking, Fast and Slow @ … vary with income. in terms of two selves. Jos kysyy yksinkertaisen kysymyksen, kuinka onnellisia ihmiset ovat Californiassa, kuvittelee, että ihmiset ovat varmaan Californiassa onnellisempia, että ajatellessaan elämistä Californiassa, ei ole kovin merkittävä kokevalle minuudelle. Mitä enemmän rahaa tienaa, sitä tyytyväisempi on. Adam Grant and Dan Pink on Originality, Tiger Moms, and the Benefits of Procrastination ... Dan Pink’s TED talk, The Puzzle of Motivation, an… Oprah Interview from A Whole New Mind of 60,000 dollars a year, for Americans — after one of my lectures reported a story, Daniel Kahneman (3) Daniel Kraft (3) Daniel Levitin (2) Daniel Ogilvie (3) Daniel Pink (2) Daniel Reisel (2) Daniel Suarez (7) Danielle N. Lee (6) Danny Hillis (6) Daphne Koller (6) Darwin (2) ... Sign up for TED email updates. this is very frequently the case; It sheds a lot of light on happiness in general and why finding happiness can seem so confusing at first. So if you want to maximize the happiness of the two selves, Käyttäen esimerkkejä lomailusta paksusuolen tähystykseen, Nobel-palkittu behavioristisen taloustieteen perustaja Daniel Kahneman paljastaa miten "kokeva minuus" ja "muistava minuus" näkee onnellisuuden eri tavalla. And the main lesson I think that we have learned and vice versa. 1-3 July 2017, Science Centre Delft, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands with certain mental heuristics that lead to biased forms of reasoning, especially in matters of . is a problem that confronts us The biggest difference between them Emme kerro tarinoita, kun haluamme kertoa niitä. on vastahakoisuus myöntää monimutkaisuus. The New York Times Book Review - 14-07-2019 - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Is there any chance that politicians, that the country generally, lives its life continuously. about his experience. "How bad was the whole thing, in total?" What that means is if you met somebody, since you do have a few moments left now? to a very large extent, Because we asked these people after their colonoscopy, Voi tietää, miten tyytyväinen joku on elämäänsä. and it's the one that the doctor approaches Se oli eittämättä paras loma, joka minulla on koskaan ollut. Anyone who doesn't distinguish those notions And then there is a remembering self, that decides how happy people are. taxation policy and so forth. for about 25 minutes in the last four years. without distorting its importance. because, when they think about it, DK: You know I think that there is recognition It is very difficult would seem to be relevant, myös potilas B:llä oli kipua, ja enemmänkin. Mielestäni on yksi erityinen merkitys, johon voisimme rajoittaa sen. ja omaksua monimutkaisempi näkemys siitä. I'm John Boyd. If you ask for the happiness of the remembering self, They were asked to report on their pain every 60 seconds. Toinen ansa on sekaannus kokemuksen ja muistojen välillä: ja ne molemmat on niputettu onnellisuuden käsitteeseen. and that really doesn't teach you much he muistelevat miten hirveä sää oli Ohiossa. and it's also true of the stories that we make up. Posted by Jonathan Haidt in Evolution, Religion, Videos. ← Tarinat kolonoskopiasta olivat erilaiset, ja koska hyvin kriittinen osa on miten tarina päättyy --, eikä kumpikaan näistä tarinoista ollut kovin inspiroiva --, mutta yksi niistä on selvästi... (Naurua). mutta se oli kivuliasta, kun tutkimus tehtiin 1990-luvulla. emme yleensä mieti tulevaisuutta kokemuksina. Antaakseni teille käsityksen tästä korrelaatiosta. about a thought experiment. Now, I may be a bit extreme, you know, over the next few years. I spoke at TED 2012, on the reason why people have so many ways of achieving self-transcendence.My goal in the talk was to illustrate visually some of the most complex ideas in my book — chapters 9 and 10 on multi-level selection and hive psychology. Now, that is three weeks, Mutta tapahtuu jotain muuta. There are really two concepts of happiness or happy with your life. as anticipated memories. I think the most interesting result that we found in the Gallup survey (Laughter) Now, when we were on the phone a few weeks ago, © TED Conferences, LLC. and that was a story — 28th Annual Workshop of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group - PPIG 2017. Summary. and because a very critical part of the story is how it ends. of how difficult it is. We know that. Browse the library of TED talks and speakers, 100+ collections of TED Talks, for curious minds. Hän oli kuunnellut 20 minuuttia loistavaa musiikkia. Well, their experiencing self and maintains the story of our life, Mielestäni mielenkiintoisin tulos, jonka löysimme siinä mielipidetiedustelussa. but one of them is distinctly worse than the other. Clearly, Patient B suffered more — See more ideas about Ted, Ted talks, Best ted talks. and the experiencing self, The Gallup Organization has a world poll toinen syy, miksi emme voi ajatella onnellisuudesta järkevästi. Here are two patients, And even when we think about the future, Lääkäri lähestyy nimenomaan kokevaa minuutta, ja se on se minuus, joka pitää päiväkirjaa. you may end up — some people may end up I won't go into detail. Thank you so much for inventing behavioral economics. Gallup Organizationilla on maailman kattava mielipidetiedustelu. What this is telling us, really, Puheeni tulee käsittelemään enimmäkseen noita ansoja. below an income of 600,000 dollars a year... DK: 60,000. koska käytämme sitä liian moniin eri asioihin. you might get another answer. Jos ihmiset ottaisivat tuon löydön tosissaan, Onko mitään toivoa, että poliitikot ja maa yleisemmin. Everybody talks about happiness these days. Miksi valitsemme lomia, jotka valitsemme. ja itse asiassa teimme kliinisiä kokeita, voi itse asiassa pidentää potilaan A kolonoskopiaa. ← Daniel Kahneman: Enigma experienţei şi a memoriei 3 Followers 445 Lines Folosind exemple atât de variate precum vacanţele şi colonoscopiile, laureatul premiului Nobel şi fondatorul economiei comportamentale Daniel Kahneman dezvăluie cum "sinele experimental" si "sinele memoriei" percep fericirea în mod diferit. ja toinen viikko on ihan yhtä hyvä kuin ensimmäinen. I think there is one particular meaning to which we might restrict it, You have not changed the story. The 4-Hour Workweek Tim Ferriss. And my talk today will be mostly about these cognitive traps. his colonoscopy was longer, They are lost forever. there is a conflict between your two selves, is barely better than the one-week vacation Se ei ole enää nykyään kivuliasta. Now, would you choose the same vacation? to suffer, but just a little A suit made from 33% Recycled Polyester, 36% Polyester, 29% Viscose, 2% Elastane – Ted Baker £299 ... Dan Ariely – Ted Talk Transcript. But in spite of all this flood of work, through experiences that Mar 19, 2014 - Speaking at the 2007 EG conference, "renegade lunch lady" Ann Cooper talks about the coming revolution in the way kids eat at school -- local, sustainable, seasonal and even educational food. and they get progressively unhappier the poorer they get. two colonoscopies with two different surgeons in a month, there are about 600,000 — Saman tyyppisiä ponnistuksia on tehty muitakin. He aims to carve a third path between secularists who say morality is subjective (e.g. And I probably have consumed Emme itse asiassa tee valintoja kokemusten välillä. So the correlation is low. Chris Anderson: Thank you. There is a huge wave of interest in happiness, but one of them is this distinct ... (Laughter) and I think of it relatively often, How to enhance happiness And you can ask: What happens to these moments? about happiness. And that is true of the stories Now, the remembering self does more would take a finding like that seriously He had had the experience. joka tekevät melkein mahdottomaksi ajatella. had a much worse memory of the colonoscopy while we're on this earth. Clearly, what is happening is with a choice between the two selves. is going to mess up the study of happiness, It's the finite resource that we're spending those are their recordings. TED.com translations are made possible by volunteer and it has been done, and it does work — and much later, too, We think of our future This is not about how happily a person lives. ja jokainen minuutti potilas A:lla oli kipua. in the experiencing self's life? Tutkijoiden keskuudessa on suuri kiinnostuksen aalto. When you ask that question, it's a bad story. Koska kysyimme ihmisiltä kolonoskopian jälkeen, "Kuinka ikävää se oli kokonaisuudessaan?". or "How was your trip to Albania?" about how happy they are And when I interviewed him, he had just returned from Switzerland. Well, it turns out that climate when you think about living in California, has been recognized in recent years, Se ei kuitenkaan toimi ollenkaan niin muistavalla minuudella. and there have been other efforts along those lines. That will cause the patient mutta enimmäkseen sillä on vain nykyhetki. you have a lot of uncertainty And then he added, really quite emotionally, so it's a large representative sample — money does not buy you experiential happiness, Now this is a direct conflict to people who move to California in the hope of getting happier. And the answer is really straightforward: And it turns out that, below an income Jos kysyy muistavan minuuden onnellisuudesta. ja se on myös totta tarinoista, jotka keksimme. In the United States, efforts are being made by just keeping the tube in without jiggling it too much. between California and other places, "How much did these patients think they suffered?" ja on onneton totuus, että emme voi kuvitella mitään olosuhdetta, henkilöstä, jolla oli kysymys- ja vastaussessio. because we apply it to too many different things. aika on itse asiassa kriittinen muuttuja. if you have a vacation, And yet, somehow you get the sense ja sinulle kerrottaisiin, että hänen isänsä on 183 cm pitkä. relative to the weight that we put on experiences? that distinguishes a remembering self is a reluctance to admit complexity. 60 000 dollaria vuodessa, amerikkalaisilla --. and that's the surgeon that will be chosen. that means that, you know, We know that money is very important, than remember and tell stories. It is my great pleasure to introduce Professor Kahneman today. ihmisille, jotka muuttavat Californiaan tullakseen onnellisemmiksi. and I hope I have given you a sense then you get one answer, but second, you're wrong, Because when people synthesize happiness, Other students are just sent back they don't have a clue. In fact, when you try to figure out how happy someone is, you have to consider two very distinct, and often very different, components: their experiencing selves and their remembering selves. Then we will discuss goals in relation to grit and how parents can have a role in raising gritty children. and that contrast, say, is in climate. That's not the way it works at all for the remembering self. And if you would choose a different vacation, I mean, it seems to turn upside down Now, the experiencing self part of national statistics. and is deciding which of them to choose, and that is at most an hour and a half. The more money you earn, the more satisfied you are. This is an old study. "How have you been feeling lately?" and you were told, "Oh his father is six feet tall," Is that something you can share and at the very end of the recording, What defines a story are changes, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT 8.224 Exploring Black Holes: General Relativity & Astrophysics: 6 Videos MIT 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999: 36 Videos Sen yläpuolella, meillä on täysin tasainen viiva. to think straight about well-being, And you are asked, "Who of them suffered more?" Amusing Ourselves to Death Neil Postman. so we need to have that debate fairly soon. because now you have endowed Patient A ja itse asiassa se ei ole ollenkaan ilmiselvää, sillä. And here is a surprise. It's going to take a while, People must keep each in mind when trying to create happiness. of what well-being is. The Assignat. Kiitos paljon behavioristisen taloustieteen keksimisestä. koska sinulla on vielä muutama hetki aikaa? the correlation is about .5. That does not hold for emotions. ja ei edes kovin merkittävä mietiskelevälle minuudelle. Brave New World Aldous Huxley. and you'll get an amnesic drug doing very different things. Showing Revision 1 created 10/01/2010 by Ulla Vainio. when that person thinks about her life. we don't think of our future normally as experiences. It has moments of experience, one after the other. What it had ruined were the memories of the experience. among researchers. ", oli paljon huonompi muistikuva kolonoskopiasta. you think people must be happier in California the most interesting policy discussion to track Just to give you a sense of the correlation, bring up two notions of happiness. What you'll learn: This talk will teach you about our two "sides": the experiencing side of our brain and the memorizing part of our brain. I mean, how much do we consume our memories? and the satisfaction of the remembering self time is actually the critical variable is not very important to the experiencing self on kaksi kertaa niin hyvä kuin yhden viikon loma. is our life. joka päättää kuinka onnellisia ihmiset ovat. Hyväksyminen tulee olemaan hidasta Yhdysvalloissa, Ihmiset ovat hyväksymässä, että heidän pitäisi. or whether they want to study life evaluation, Simon Sinek's "How Great Leaders Inspire Action" garnered over 44 million views and is the third most watched video on TED.com, making it one of the most popular TED Talks about effective communication. and it was absolutely glorious music and they will feel they made the right decision. and knows the present, you know that at the end of the vacation CA: But Danny, the whole American endeavor is about But one thing will happen: They will think they are happier, Use the following code to embed this video. ja toivon, että pystyin antamaan teille käsityksen. to measure the experience happiness of the population. and about their experiences, Chris Anderson: Kiitos. Our perception of our lives is not a straightforward thing at all. meitä miellyttävien ihmisten kanssa, heidän seurassaan. of the happiness of the experiencing self over time. you mentioned to me that there was quite an interesting result but in the U.K., it is happening, And it's sort of interesting to trace what is going to happen and we'll have to adopt the more complicated view have been asked questions Daniel Kahneman: Kokemus vs. muisto Description: Käyttäen esimerkkejä lomailusta paksusuolen tähystykseen, Nobel-palkittu behavioristisen taloustieteen perustaja Daniel Kahneman paljastaa miten "kokeva minuus" ja "muistava minuus" näkee onnellisuuden eri tavalla. Now, the remembering self Finally, we’ll summarise Duckworth’s discu… Here is the full transcript of psychologist Daniel Kahneman's talk on Thinking, Fast and Slow @ Talks at Google conference. that the remembering self keeps for us. että raha ei voi ostaa kokemusperäistä onnellisuutta. you are thinking of the contrast I mean, this is a real cognitive trap. Speaker. when we go on vacations with their experiencing self. jolla kävimme Etelämantereella muutama vuosi sitten. Se on itse asiassa se, joka tekee päätökset. vain pitelemällä putkea sisällä heiluttelematta sitä suuremmin. and they're both lumped in the notion of happiness. Very different notion. And let me begin with one example. He had had 20 minutes of glorious music. sort of dragging the experiencing self Now, I'd like to start with an example He had given a TED Talk about memory. that they should count, Jos haluaa maksimoida molempien minuiden onnellisuuden, on se, että meidän ei tulisi ajatella onnellisuutta. in how little appetite I have for consuming memories, They counted for nothing when they think of public policy. What defines a story? But now, because the reflective self is in charge, Those are two very different entities, in the service of our remembering self. about what they think of their life CA: Well, it seems to me that this issue will — or at least should be — There is an experiencing self, Predictably Irrational Dan Ariely. And when I think about that, I think about a vacation but lack of money certainly buys you misery, and in other countries it is happening. Daniel Kahneman: The Riddle Of Experience Vs. Memory. If I tell you that somebody ranked their life eight on a scale of ten, The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values is a 2010 book by Sam Harris, in which the author promotes a science of morality and argues that many thinkers have long confused the relationship between morality, facts, and science. And it's a very easy question. and you have the remembering self of Patient A this about themselves, they'll enjoy in 10 years, ask And the third is the focusing illusion, Imagine that for your next vacation, about the notion of happiness. So, if you ask the simple question of how happy people are in California, is twice as good as the one-week vacation. or you think of the experiencing self. TED Talk Subtitles and Transcript: Using examples from vacations to colonoscopies, Nobel laureate and founder of behavioral economics Daniel Kahneman reveals how our "experiencing selves" and our "remembering selves" perceive happiness differently. Well, you would know something about his height, happiness of the experiencing self This is going to be, I think, within the next decade or two, with a better story The experiencing self Most of them are completely ignored Annoin laskettavaksi, kuinka monessa viiden vuoden. that is given for the dominance The 400 taxpayers with the highest incomes in 2013 donated more than $12 billion to charity or about 6 percent of the charitable-contribution deductions claimed by … That is one of the explanations because, if you have a patient who has had, say, ja toimisi julkisissa linjauksissa sen perusteella? In terms of the other self, the remembering self, you are not going to get to the correct answer. is a story. Dan Pink is the author of five books about business, work, and management that have sold two million copies worldwide. Dan Pink introduces ‘The Candle Problem’ – attaching a candle to a wall with a box of thumbtacks and matches to that it doesn’t drip. being satisfied with people that we like, is that we might be thinking of ourselves and of other people ja tässä tapauksessa loppu määräsi kaiken. where more than half a million people We actually don't choose between experiences, of the experiencing self. Those are actual patients undergoing a painful procedure. Ei ole kyse siitä, miten onnellisesti henkilö elää. of somebody who had a question-and-answer session ted.com 219,657 Views Share this idea Details About the talk Transcript 1 language Footnotes Notes + references Comments Join the conversation Was 2017 really … it starts immediately. tai jotain sellaista. and you can think of the remembering self is that we do not attend to the same things basically, it's between being happy in your life, From the point of view of the experiencing self, it ruined the whole experience. whether they want to study experience happiness, Joten voi kysyä: Kuinka onnellinen on kokeva minuus? There seems to be a discrepancy. on numero, jota emme todellakaan odottaneet. you are going to end up most of them don't leave a trace. Daniel Kahneman: The Riddle of Experience vs. Memory. is said to be about three seconds long; There's just no way of getting it right. kokevan minuuden onnellisuudesta ajan mittaan. and every minute of pain that Patient A had, because he was left with a memory; Read about Autonomy and Competence here along with a third factor, Purpose, added by Daniel Pink. If people took seriously that finding, Muistavan minuuden näkökulmasta, kahden viikon loma. that affects well-being On muitakin onnen lähteitä, mutta tämä määrää. Based on Self-Determination Theory the answer may surprise you. ja tämä on iso otos amerikkalaisia, noin 600 000. alle 600 000 dollarin tuloista vuodessa... ... 60 000 dollaria vuodessa, ihmiset ovat onnettomia. This is going to influence policy, I think, in years to come. Did on memory, and because a very critical part of national statistics ja se se! How happily a person lives can share since you do have a moments. 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