Dan Ariely on the Psychology of Cheating
Posted by The Situationist Staff on June 6, 2013
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely studies the bugs in our moral code: the hidden reasons we think it’s OK to cheat or steal (sometimes). Clever studies help make his point that we’re predictably irrational — and can be influenced in ways we can’t grasp.
Related Situationist posts:
- Francesca Gino on the Situation of Being Sidetracked
- The Cheater’s Situation
- The Creative Situation of Cheating
- The Situation of Cheating
- The Interior Situation of Honesty (and Dishonesty)
- The Situation of Lying
- The Facial Obviousness of Lying
- Cheating Doesn’t Pay . . . So Why So Much of it?
- Dan Ariely, a Situationist
- Dan Ariely on Cheating
- Unclean Hands
- The Death of Free Will and the Rise of Cheating
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