attach_money Behavioral Economics


Behavioral economics studies the effects of psychological, cognitive, emotional, cultural and social factors on the decisions of individuals and institutions and how those decisions vary from those implied by classical economic theory. Most of these quizzes are based on the books by the best selling behavioral economist Dan Ariely.


Money

Quiz
Difficulty
Description
QuizAltruismDifficultyHardDescriptionQuestions from studies on the Dictator and Ultimatum games.
QuizDifficult ChoicesDifficultyMediumDescriptionWill fewer choices lead to better decisions? Do random numbers influence our bidding price? Does something offered for free confuse our optimal decision-making? And other questions based on Dan Ariely's books.
QuizRelative ValuesDifficultyMediumDescriptionDo people overvalue what they have built themselves? And other questions based on Dan Ariely's books.
QuizRewards & BonusesDifficultyHardDescriptionDo bonuses lead to better performances? What was the effect of performing in public? And other questions based on Dan Ariely's books.

Social Norms

Quiz
Difficulty
Description
QuizSocial NormsDifficultyMediumDescriptionDoes thinking about money make you more individualistic? Does thinking about money make you less helpful? And other questions based on Dan Ariely's books.
QuizOrdering Food & BeveragesDifficultyHardDescriptionWould a nicer environment make you pay more for a coffee? Does information taint your tasting experiences? Does ordering beer in public vs. in private make a difference? And other questions on our eating and drinking habits.
QuizOrdering Food & Beverages IIDifficultyVery easyDescriptionDo you like stale popcorn? Do you eat more if you are served larger portions? And other questions on our eating and drinking habits.

Others

Quiz
Difficulty
Description
QuizRevengeDifficultyHardDescriptionWould people take a personal loss to exact revenge? Questions about revenge from the Ultimate game and other related studies.
QuizRewards, Punishment & HappinessDifficultyEasyDescriptionDo you work harder if you work for money?




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