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Before you can use your intuition like Sherlock Holmes, you have to embrace it as a valid source of information. Some people think that intuition is just make. When it comes to using our minds, we all want to learn how to think like SherLock Holmes. This isn't just a way of solving a crime. It's a way of thinking. 9 Jul Psychologist Maria Konnikova's "Mastermind: How To Think Like Sherlock Holmes" unpacks the Holmesian method of inquiry in the language.
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24 May In Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes, science writer Maria Konnikova makes good use of our culture's fascination with the agile. A centerpiece of Mastermind is that the brain operates using two contrasting systems, which Konnikova terms System Holmes and System Watson. 28 Jan Can Sherlock Holmes help us to become better thinkers? Sophie Scott isn't convinced. 15 Jan “Where Watson sees, Holmes observes,” says Maria Konnikova, author of the new book Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.