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TheUpsideofIrrationality

作者:Dan,Ariely
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更新: 2010-06-01
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出版: Harper

| 作者简介

Dan Ariely is the James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University. He is the founder and director of the Center for Advanced Hindsight. His work has been featured in many outlets, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, and others. He lives in Durham, North Carolina, with his wife, Sumi, and.(展开全部)

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The provocative follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Predictably Irrational
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  In his groundbreaking book Predictably Irrational, social scientist Dan Ariely revealed the multiple biases that lead us into making unwise decisions. Now, in The Upside of Irrationality, he exposes the surprising negative and positive effects irrationality can have on our lives. Focusing on our behaviors at work and in relationships, he offers new insights and eye-opening truths about what really motivates us on the job, how one unwise action can become a long-term habit, how we learn to love the ones were with, and more.
  Drawing on the same experimental methods that made Predictably Irrational one of the most talked-about bestsellers of the past few years, Ariely uses data from his own original and entertaining experiments to draw arresting conclusions about how—and why—we behave the way we do. From our office attitudes, to our romantic relationships, to our search for purpose in life, Ariely explains how to break through our negative patterns of thought and behavior to make better decisions. The Upside of Irrationality will change the way we see ourselves at work and at home—and cast our irrational behaviors in a more nuanced light.

2016.08.13 1 书友

佯装理性?获取同情?快速约会?高薪报酬?疼痛能耐?在走向自我美好自我完善的这条康庄道路上TheUpsideofIrrationality,唯有时而疯狂时而剖析的辩证看待自己才能达成目标。通俗易读,适合速读。

2016.07.31 2 书友

“thelong-termeffectsofshort-termemotions:whyweshouldntactonournegativefeelings.有时候前一件事情的情绪残渣影响了后一件事的决定TheUpsideofIrrationality,我们事后却忘记了彼时彼刻的情境与情绪,还以为自己理智英明。于是一次的决定(错误)延用到以后的无数次。”

2016.07.15 3 书友

由浅入深的典型TheUpsideofIrrationality,当过被试就知道这些行为经济学实验有多无聊。但能把枯燥的实验方法用尽量生动的方式展现,用以证明人类很多独特的驱动力都源自非理性层面,也实属不易。解决了很多曾经思考的问题,比如道歉对于化解恩怨的重要性,工作完成度对于自我成就感的意义,择偶标准随个人条件的变化。最重要的是,读起来不费劲。好书。

2016.06.23 4 书友

作者十几二十岁的一次重大创伤(大面积烧伤)TheUpsideofIrrationality,长期住院,给了他很多思考人生和人的各种行为的机会和时间,并立志学习心理学。书的附录特别对书中所述的心理研究的合作者给出介绍,cute.

2016.06.22 5 书友

不如第一本的有意思TheUpsideofIrrationality,不过也无可厚非,对于一些之前的理论深入的引申和应于与解释生活中的行为。研究如何利用人们的非理性去诱导个人和社会往更好的方向发展。了解自己和其他人的一些思想状态,不过是好是坏的,无论是改的掉的还是改不掉的。在处理工作或者感情的时候,我想这些都是会有帮助的。

2016.05.03 6 书友

实在是差强人意。【ps.以前我标它为“读过”并打了五星是因为我当时看错了。本来是想打分给predictableirrational的】内容平淡无奇,老生常谈;例子也挺无趣,还这么冗长==撑着才读完的,以后不好看的我就不硬撑了。

2016.01.14 7 书友

12年刚刚开始上behavioral的时候就打算开始看的书TheUpsideofIrrationality,拖到现在终于看完了。非常适合behavioraleconomics初学者的启蒙读物,对于讲到的几个bias的分析和应用都非常浅显明朗,相应的实验设计的思路都很巧妙。不过到底还是大众读物,看着个比看纸要轻松多了。最后怨念一下想个researchidea怎么就那么难呢。

2015.11.16 8 书友

作者的自我吐槽能力棒极!用词以及逻辑都特别清楚,当然最欣赏的是,他不会去告诉读者“如何做”是最好的,他只会说“为何这些会发生”。总之里面奇奇怪怪的实验,真心拓宽见识。

2015.11.03 9 书友

DA承继了上本书的各种社会学小实验来探索人类本性TheUpsideofIrrationality,找出人类行为背后的准则。又感叹印度的实力,会说英文又便宜,连米国大学的实验都可以外包到这里来做,中国性价比不行啊。。这本书提到宜家,快速约会,数字和同情心之间的不融洽导致对远距离灾难的漠然等,都是非常有意思的话题。

2015.07.15 10 书友

就像乔布斯印度归来认识到"Rationalthoughtisnotaninnatehumancharacteristic",DanAriely强调非理性时常存在,而且还有积极的一面。比如:愿意损失个人利益打击不公,愿意为理想而不是金钱工作,逐渐适应恶劣环境等。最后提到关键是要"TestEverything"。这些主题在看过的不少书里都反复出现,要记住在生活工作中好应用!

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