A thought provoking, fun, and engaging game, where players second-guess human nature
by predicting decisions people will make in unique situations.
Who looked happier after winning Olympic medals—bronze medalists or silver medalists? Did late pick-ups increase or decrease after the daycare instituted a fine for tardiness? Human nature is a funny thing, so it’s no surprise that we’re not always rational. But are we ever rational? In this thought provoking, fun, and engaging game, players second-guess human nature by predicting decisions people will make in unique situations. The answers are backed up by research, and each card explains why we act the way we do. But the best part is the discussions it sparks . . . and the way players can use the insights in the game to understand how they make decisions, and to make better decisions that will enrich their lives.
Who is Dan Ariely
Dan is a Professor of Psychology & Behavioral Economics at Duke University and is dedicated to exploring questions about human behavior in order to help people live more sensible — if not more rational — lives. Dan is a TED speaker, the author of the New York Times bestsellers Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality and The Honest Truth About Dishonesty, and a founding member of the Center for Advanced Hindsight.