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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Adam Smith Revisited: Beyond the Invisible Hand Optimally Irrational - In addition to his insights on markets, Adam Smith also had a candid understanding of power relationsh ..read more
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BE in Public Policies,Social Norms & Lessons from NFL Draft | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Behavioral Economics for Better Public Policies IDB - For those seeking an introduction to behavioral economics in public policy, the course offered by the Inter-American De ..read more
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Prospect Theory, Social Connection & Syon Bhanot Interview | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Fabricate Data in Research About Honesty. You Can't Make This Stuff up. Or, Can You? NPR - The insurance company that Ariely worked with has now come forward to NPR with a s ..read more
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Growth Mindset, Mental Accounting & TED Talks | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Do Growth Mindset Interventions Impact Students' Academic Achievment? PsycNet - Growth mindset is taking a hit. A nudge that doesn’t seem to work. This got 23 Likes + 2 ..read more
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Information Preferences, Smart Yet Wrong & Biases | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Intrinsic Information Preferences and Skewness Lab and field experiments show a strong preference for positively skewed information, improving information uptake. Thi ..read more
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Conscientiousness, Intiutive Eating & A.Fischbach Interview | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. New Psychology Research Pinpoints Personality Traits Related to Wealth Accumulation PsyPost - Conscientiousness appears to play a crucial role in money management and wealth ..read more
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Max Mawby & Alessandro Tacconelli Interviews & CBT Session | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Things in the Behavioral Science That Make Little to No Sense MoneyOnTheMind - We've had decades of developments in behavioral science, but some developments can hardly be ca ..read more
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History of BE, Procrastination & Ryan Hamilton Interview | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 4 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. The Ultimate Guide to Doing a PhD MoneyOnTheMind - A book about doing a PhD and absolutely making the most of the process. It’s on every Amazon platform, as well as available ..read more
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Thinking Fast and Slow, Eyecontact & The Engineered Student | Behavioral Economists Weekly Top Posts
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. Why Thinking Fast and Slow Isn't Special Pete Judo - Your brain is capable of Thinking Fast and Slow. This got 21 Likes + 2 Comments + 8 Shares on the BehavioralEcon ..read more
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Here are the top 5 most liked and commented posts from the Behavioral Economist Facebook Group from the last week. 1. 3 Game Theory Tactics, Explained BigThink - Not only does game theory help you identify the optimal strategy for achieving your goals, it can also help you avoid the sunk-cos ..read more
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