Dan Ariely, a Situationist
Posted by The Situationist Staff on June 5, 2009
In the following TED Talk video, Dan Ariely, Professor of Economics at Duke University, behavioral economist, and the author of Predictably Irrational, offers some now-standard but still interesting illustrations of how situation influences our perception and choices.
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To read (or watch) some related Situationist posts, see “Dan Ariely on Cheating,” “Free To Not Choose,” “Why You Bought That,” “Just Choose It,” “Neuroscience and Illusion,” “Brain Magic,” “Magic is in the Mind,” and “The Situation of Illusion,” “Irrelevant Third Options in Presidential Campaigns.”
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