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Dan Ariely is a very engaging and fun writer. What he writes about is outstanding as well. Pick this book up, really.Published 17 days ago by Kevin R.
Behavioral economics is a fascinating field, but can sometimes be a bit depressing realizing no matter how hard you try you are bound to make stupid choices. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CHRISTOPHER C ROBERTSON
A great book to learn about yourself, your family members, friends, and even your co-workers, The experiments were interesting and the conclusions were even more interesting.Published 2 months ago by Im4Jesus2
Excellent book! Good example, how to connect the science (evidence) and a real-life problems. Serious issues written clearly and with humor.Published 2 months ago by Jyrki Suomala
A different (and more realistic) way of thinking about human motivation, than what we are usually taught.Published 4 months ago by littledog
A life lesson book and must read. Professor Ariely is a tremendous communicator and brilliant mind. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike Keliher
Interesting, helped me to understand why people make such irrational choices.Including myself!Published 5 months ago by Becky Voss
This is a fascinating book, and that's high praise coming from someone who never reads nonfiction. Ariely's style is engaging, and the topic is so interesting. Read morePublished 6 months ago by lynntriss
I loved Ariely's first book (Predictably Irrational). The Upside of Irrationality is much more personal and less scientific. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Austin Feller