If the human brain is such a marvel of evolution, why does it so often betray us into making poor decisions and acting foolishly?
The human brain is a marvelous tool. However, it was designed for a very different world than we currently live in. As a result, it retains many design flaws that do not serve us well, especially in today’s business world where new ways of thinking and ongoing innovation are essential for success.
Perhaps the most damaging flaw is the brain’s tendency to think it’s right. In fact, it often insists it is right even in the face of contradictory evidence. So the next time you’re absolutely, positively sure you’re right, consider these 10 reasons not to trust your brain:
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Classical economic theory considers a man as rational decision maker that takes into account all relevant information and makes decision that is optimal. This model of decision making was influential until it failed to predict and explain why people make irrational decisionsregarding money. Field of behavioral economics studies decision making that violates axiomsof rational decision-making model. The research we conducted is about prevalence of decisions under heuristics.
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