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Dan ArielyDan Ariely (; born April 29, 1967) is an Israeli-American professor and author. He serves as a James B. Duke Professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University. Ariely is the founder of the research institution The Center for Advanced Hindsight, as well as the co-founder of several companies implementing insights from behavioral science. Ariely's TED talks have been viewed over 15 million times. Ariely is the author of the three ''New York Times'' best sellers ''Predictably Irrational'', ''The Upside of Irrationality'', and ''The Honest Truth about Dishonesty'', as well as the books ''Dollars and Sense'', ''Irrationally Yours'' – a collection of his ''The Wall Street Journal'' advice column "Ask Ariely"; and ''Payoff'', a short TED book. Ariely appeared in several documentary films, including ''The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley'' and produced and participated in ''(Dis)Honesty: The Truth About Lies''.
In 2021, the blog Data Colada published evidence that the data used by Ariely in a 2012 PNAS paper was fraudulent. Ariely's paper was retracted. Provided by Wikipedia