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Judging employees on results could reward luck over skill, argue top psychologists, and there’s a better way to do it
Evaluating people's results, as opposed to the effort they put in, may penalize bad luck and reward good luck, experts say.
Building wealth starts with out-thinking your emotions — here are 5 mental traps standing in your way
"Dollars and Sense," a new book by behavioral economist Dan Ariely and Jeff Kreisler, offers insight into the psychological pitfalls holding us back.
Duke University behavioral economist Dan Ariely says experiments in basic income won't translate if the conditions aren't right, not because it's a bad idea.
To strengthen your relationship and make your partner appreciate you more, occasionally remind them of all the ways you contribute to the family.
If you want to raise a successful kid, Dan Ariely says it's important to praise the effort they put in — not the results they get.
Dan Ariely says the ideal job for you probably doesn't exist. But over time, you can work to create a role you love.
A behavioral economist says no one knows how to fix the most damaging effect of killing time on Facebook
Scrolling through your social media feeds can make you feel inadequate — but Dan Ariely says it's hard to find a reasonable solution to the problem.
Dan Ariely recommends setting a time on your calendar for exercise and trusting that you'll enjoy the experience.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely argues that we're more excited and motivated at work when our name is attached to our creations.
Duke University psychologist Dan Ariely says human motivation is complex — and money can, in fact, be demotivating.