Dan Ariely

Curriculum Vitae with links


Current Appointments 2008 – Current
Duke University, James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics
2016 – Current
Visiting Professor, AMC-UvA2018-Current
Part-time Professor, Aarhus University2021-Current
Duke University, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Neurosciences in the Department of Psychiatry
Education Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business, Durham, NC    Ph.D.
Business Administration, August 1998.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC                                 Ph.D.
Cognitive Psychology, August 1996
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC                                  M.A.
Cognitive Psychology, August 1994
Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel                                                     B.A.
Psychology, June 1991
Other Appointments 2001 – 2002: University of California at Berkeley
2004 (Summer): Stanford, The Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences
2005 – 2007: Princeton, The Institute for Advanced Study
1998 – 2008: MIT, Sloan School of Management
2000 – 2010: MIT, The Media Laboratory
PublishedPapers Federico Zimmerman, Gerry Garbulsky, Dan Ariely, Mariano Sigman, JoaquinNavajas (2022), Science Advances.
“Political Coherence and Certainty as Drivers of Interpersonal Liking Over and Above Similarity.” Nina Bartmann, Rebecca Rayburn-Reeves, and Dan Ariely (2022), Health Communication. “Does Real Age Feedback Motivate Us to Change our
Lifestyle? Results from an Online Experiment.”

Ulya Tsolmon and Dan Ariely (2022), “Health Insurance Benefits as a Labor Market Friction: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment.”
Strategic Management Journal. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/smj.3378
Lucia Macchia and Dan Ariely (2021), “Eliciting Preferences for Redistribution Across Domains: A Study on Wealth, Education, and Health.” Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.
Joaquin Navajas, Facundo Álvarez Heduan, Gerry Garbulsky, Enzo Tagliazucchi, Dan Ariely, and Mariano Sigman (2021), “Moral Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis.” Royal Society Open Science. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsos.210096P. Murali Doraiswamy, Mohan M. Chilukuri, Dan Ariely, Alexandra R. Linares (2021), “Physician Perceptions of Catching COVID-19: Insights from a Global Survey.” Journal of General Internal Medicine. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8007056/

Sarah Whitley, Ximena Garcia-Rada, Fleura Bardhi, Dan Ariely, Carey Morewedge (2021), “Relational Spending in Funerals: Caring for Others Loved and Lost.” Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Mirat Shah, Anna Ferguson, Phyllis Dvora Corn, Ravi Varadhan, Dan Ariely, Vered Stearns, B. Douglas Smith, Thomas J. Smith, and Benjamin W. Corn (2021), “Developing Workshops to Enhance Hope Among Patients With Metastatic Breast Cancer and Oncologists: A Pilot Study.” JCO Oncology Practice.

Stephen Spiller and Dan Ariely (2020), “How Does the Perceived Value of a Medium of Exchange Depend on its Set of Possible Uses?” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0749597820303708

Adi Berliner Senderey, Tamar Kornitzer, Gabriella Lawrence, Hilla Zysman, Yael Hallek, and Dan Ariely (2020), “ It’s How You Say It: Systematic A/B Testing of Digital Messaging Cut Hospital No-show Rates.” PLOS One.

Aaron Nichols, Martin Lang, Christopher Kavanagh, Radek Kundt, Junko Yamada, Dan Ariely, and Panagiotis Mitkidis (2020), “Replicating and Extending the Effects of Auditory Religious Cues on Dishonest Behavior.” PLOS One. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0237007

J. Jaime Miranda, Alvaro Taype-Rondan, Janina Bazalar-Palacios, Antonio Bernabe-Ortiz, and Dan Ariely (2019), “The Effect of a Priest-Led Intervention on the Choice and Preference of Soda Beverages: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial in Catholic Parishes.” Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

Joaquin Navajas, Facundo Álvarez Heduan, Juan Manuel Garrido, Pablo A. Gonzalez, Gerry Garbulsky, Dan Ariely and Mariano Sigman (2019), “Reaching Consensus in Polarized Moral Debates.” Current Biology. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982219313247

Dar Peleg, Shahar Ayal, Dan Ariely, and Guy Hochman (2019), “The Lie Deflator—The Effect of Polygraph Test Feedback on Subsequent (Dis)Honesty.” Judgement and Decision Making.

Catherine Berman, Julia O’Brien, Zachary Zenko, and Dan Ariely (2019), “The Limits of Cognitive Reappraisal: Changing Pain Valence, but not Persistence, during a Resistance Exercise Task.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31590219/

Darius-Aurel Frank, Polymeros Chrysochou, Panagiotis Mitkidis, and Dan Ariely (2019), “Human Decision-Making Biases in the Moral Dilemmas of Autonomous Vehicles.” Scientific Reports.

Dan Ariely, Ximena Garcia-Rada, Katrin Gödker, Lars Hornuf, Heather Mann (2019), “The Impact of Two Different Economic Systems on Dishonesty.” European Journal of Political Economy. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0176268018303744

Merve Akbas, Sevgi Yuksel, and Dan Ariely (2019), “When is Inequality Fair? An Experiment on the Effect of Procedural Justice and Agency.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Ximena Garcia-Rada, Lalin Anik, Dan Ariely (2019), “Consuming Together (Versus Separately) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder.” Marketing Letters.

Haiyang Yang, Ziv Carmon, Dan Ariely, Michael Norton (2019), “The Feeling of Not Knowing It All.” Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Chang-Yuan Lee, Carey Morewedge, Guy Hochman, and Dan Ariely (2019), “Small Probabilistic Discounts Stimulate Spending: Pain of Paying in Price Promotion.” Journal of the Association for Consumer Research. https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/10.1086/701901

Nina Mazar, Daniel Mochon, and Dan Ariely (2018), “If you are going to pay within the next 24 hours, press 1: Automatic planning prompt reduces credit card delinquency.” Journal of Consumer Psychology. https://myscp.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/jcpy.1031

Julie O’Brien, Rachel Kahn, Zachary Zenko, Jessica Fernandez, and Dan Ariely (2018), “Naïve models of dietary splurges: Beliefs about caloric compensation and weight change following non-habitual overconsumption.” Appetite. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29902503/

Ezra Hahn, Dan Ariely, Ian Tannock, Anthony Fyles, and Benjamin W. Corn (2018), “Slogans and Donor Pages of Cancer Centres: Do They Convey Discordant Messages?” The Lancet.

Moty Amar, Dan Ariely, Ziv Carmon, and Haiyang Yang (2018), “How Counterfeits Infect Genuine Products: The Role of Moral Disgust.” Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Jingzhi Tan, Dan Ariely, and Brian Hare (2017), “Bonobos Respond Prosocially Toward Members of Other Groups.” Scientific Reports.

Dan Ariely, Uri Gneezy, and Ernan Haruvy (2017), “Social Norms and the Price of Zero.” Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Dan Ariely and Aline Holzworth (2017), “The choice architecture of privacy decision-making.” Health Technology.

Zachary Zenko, Julia O’Brien, Catherine J. Berman, and Dan Ariely (2017), “Comparison of Affect-Related, Self-Regulated, and Heart-Rate Regulated Exercise Prescriptions: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318032378_Comparison_of_affect-regulated_self-regulated_and_heart-rate_regulated_exercise_prescriptions_Protocol_for_a_randomized_controlled_trial

Adrian Hernandez, Adam DeVore, Zubin Eapen, Dan Ariely, Leslie Chang, and Bradi Granger (2017), “Leveraging Behavioral Economics to Improve Heart Failure Care and Outcomes.” Circulation.

Sachin Banker, Sarah Ainsworth, Roy Baumeister, Dan Ariely, and Kathleen Vohs (2017), “The Sticky Anchor Hypothesis: Ego Depletion Increases Susceptibility to Situational Cues.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.

Janet Schwartz and Dan Ariely (2016), “Life is a Battlefield.” The Independent Review.

Neil Garrett, Stephanie Lazzaro, Dan Ariely, and Tali Sharot (2016), “The Brain Adapts to Dishonesty.” Nature Neuroscience.

Shahar Ayal, Guy Hochman, Dan Ariely (2016), “Editorial: Dishonest behavior, from theory to practice.” Frontiers in Psychology.

Chang-Yuan Lee, Guy Hochman, Steve Prince, and Dan Ariely (2016), “Self-Signals: How Acting in a Self-Interested Way Influences Environmental Decision Making.” PLOS ONE.

Daniel Mochon, Karen Johnson, Janet Schwartz, and Dan Ariely (2016) “What Are Likes Worth? A Facebook page field experiment.” Journal of Marketing Research.

Heather Mann, Ximena Garcia-Rada, Lars Hornuf, Juan Tafurt, and Dan Ariely (2016), “Cut from the Same Cloth: Similarly Dishonest Individuals Across Countries.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Daniel Mochon, Janet Schwartz, Josiase Maroba, Deepak Patel, and Dan Ariely (2016), “Gain without pain: The Extended Effects of a Behavioral Health Intervention.” Management Science.

Elanor Williams, David Pizarro, Dan Ariely, and James Weinberg (2016) “The Valjean Effect: Visceral States and Cheating.” Emotion.

Nina Mazar, Kristina Shampanier, and Dan Ariely (2016) “When Retailing and Las Vegas Meet: Probabilistic Free Price Promotions.’’ Management Science.

Dan Ariely, Anat Bracha, and Jean-Paul L’Huillier (2015) “Public and Private Values.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.

Dan Ariely and William Lanier (2015) “Disturbing Trends in Physician Burnout and Satisfaction With Work-Life Balance: Dealing With Malady Among the Nation’s Healers.” Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

Shahar Ayal, Francesca Gino, Rachel Barkan, and Dan Ariely (2015) “Three Principles to REVISE People’s Unethical Behavior.” Perspectives on Psychological Science.

Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Blair Russell, William Gale, Clint Key, and Dan Ariely (2015) “Behavioral Interventions to Increase Tax-Time Saving: Evidence from a National Randomized Trial.” Journal of Consumer Affairs.

Gadi Gilam, Tamar Lin, Gal Raz, Shir Azrielant, Eyal Fruchter, Dan Ariely, and Talma Hendler (2015), “Neural Substrates Underlying the Tendency to Accept Anger-Infused Ultimatum Offers During Dynamic Social Interactions.” NeuroImage.

Francesca De Petrillo, Antonio Micucci, Emanuele Gori, Valentina Truppa, Dan Ariely, and Elsa Addessi (2015) “Self-Control Depletion in Tufted Capuchin Monkeys: Does Delay of Gratification Rely on a Limited Resource?” Frontiers in Psychology.

Guy Hochman, Shahar Ayal, and Dan Ariely (2015), “Fairness
Requires Deliberation: The Primacy of Economic Over Social
Considerations.” Frontiers in Psychology.

Zöe Chance, Francesca Gino, Michael Norton, and Dan Ariely
(2015) “The Slow Decay and Quick Revival of Self-Deception.”
Frontiers in Psychology.

Rachel Barkan, Shahar Ayal, and Dan Ariely (2015) “Ethical
Dissonance, Justifications, and Moral Behavior.”
Current Opinion in Psychology.

Kurt Carlson, Jared Wolfe, Simon Blanchard, Joel Huber, and Dan
Ariely (2015), “The Budget Contraction Effect: How Contracting
Budgets Lead to Less Varied Choice.
Journal of Marketing Research.

Leonard Lee, Michelle P. Lee, Marco Bertini, Gal Zauberman, Dan
Ariely (2015) “Money, Time, and the Stability of Consumer
Preferences.” Journal of Marketing Research.

Michael Norton, David Neal, Cassie Govan, Dan Ariely, and Elise
Holland (2014) “The Not-So-Commonwealth of Australia: Evidence
for a Cross-Cultural Desire for a More Equal Distribution of
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.

Guy Hochman, Shahar Ayal, Dan Ariely (2014), “Keeping Your Gains
Close But Your Money Closer: The Prepayment Effect In Riskless
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Cindy Chan, Leaf Van Boven, Eduardo Andrade, and Dan Ariely
(2014), “Moral Violations Reduce Oral Consumption.”
Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Sarah Ainsworth, Roy Baumeister, Dan Ariely, and Kathleen Vohs
(2014) “Ego Depletion Decreases Trust in Economic Decision
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Heather Mann, Ximena Garcia-Rada, Daniel Houser, and Dan Ariely
(2014) “Everybody Else is Doing It: Exploring Social
Transmission of Lying Behavior.”

Eran Chajut, Avner Caspi, Rony Chen, Moshe Hod, Dan Ariely
(2014) “In Pain Thou Shalt Bring Forth Children: Peak-and-End
Rule in Recalling Labor Pain.”
Psychological Science.

Nina Mazar, Botond Koszegi, and Dan Ariely (2014), “True
Context-Dependent Preferences? The Causes of Market-Dependent
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.

Janet Schwartz, Daniel Mochon, Lauren Wyper, Josiase Maroba,
Deepak Patel, and Dan Ariely (2014), “Healthier by
Psychological Science.

Carey Morewedge, Tamar Krishnamurti, and Dan Ariely (2014),
“Focused on Fairness: Alcohol Intoxication Increases the Costly
Rejection of Inequitable Rewards.”
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Cara Ansher, Dan Ariely, Alisa Nagler, Mariah Rudd, Janet
Schwartz, and Ankoor Shah (2013), “Better Medicine by Default.”
Medical Decision Making.

Francesca Gino, Shahar Ayal, and Dan Ariely (2013),
“Self-serving Altruism? The Lure of Unethical Actions that
Benefit Others.”
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Eesha Sharma, Nina Mazar, Adam Alter, and Dan Ariely (2013),
“Financial Deprivation Selectively Shifts Moral Standards and
Compromises Moral Decisions.”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Sunita Sah, Pierre Elias, and Dan Ariely (2013), “Investigation
Momentum: The Relentless Pursuit to Resolve Uncertainty.”
JAMA Internal Medicine.

Igor Kotlyar and Dan Ariely (2012), “The Effect of Nonverbal
Cues on Relationship Formation.”
Computers in Human Behavior.

Janet Schwartz, Nortin Hadler, Dan Ariely, Joel Huber, Thomas
Emerick (2012), “Choosing Among Employee-Sponsored Health Plans:
What Drives Employees Choices?” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

Yoel Inbar, David Pizarro, Tom Gilovich, Dan Ariely (2012),
“Moral Masochism: On the connection between guilt and
self-punishment.” Emotion.

Daniel Mochon, Michael Norton and Dan Ariely (2012), “Bolstering
and Restoring Feelings of Competence Via the IKEA Effect.”
International Journal of Research and Marketing.

Rachel Barkan, Shahar Ayal, Francesca Gino, and Dan Ariely
(2012), “The Pot Calling the Kettle Black: Distancing Response
to Ethical Dissonance.”
Journal of Experimental Psychology.

Steve Hoeffler, Dan Ariely, Patricia West, Rod Duclos (2012),
“Preference Exploration and Learning: The Role of Intensiveness
and Extensiveness of Experience.”
Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Michael Norton, Daniel Mochon, Dan Ariely (2012), “The IKEA
Effect: When Labor Leads to Love.”
Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Janet Schwartz, Jason Riis, Brian Elbel and Dan Ariely (2012),
“Inviting Consumers to Downsize Fast-Food Portions Significantly
Reduces Calorie Consumption. Health Affairs.

Michael Norton, Elizabeth Dunn, Dana Carney, Dan Ariely (2011),
“The Persuasive “Power” of Stigma?”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Moty Amar, Dan Ariely, Shahar Ayal, Cynthia E. Cryder, and Scott
I. Rick (2011), “Winning the Battle but Losing the War: The
Psychology of Debt Management.
Journal of Marketing Research.

Michael Norton and Dan Ariely (2011), “Building a Better
America—One Wealth Quintile at a Time.”
Perspectives on Psychological Science.

Francesca Gino and Dan Ariely (2011), “The Dark Side of
Creativity: Original Thinkers Can Be More Dishonest.”
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Mike Norton and Dan Ariely (2011), “From Thinking Too Little to
Thinking Too Much: A Continuum of Decision Making.”
Cognitive Science.

Daniel Mochon, Michael Norton, and Dan Ariely (2011), “Who
Benefits from Religion?”
Social Indicators Research.

Zoë Chance, Michael Norton, Dan Ariely, Francesca Gino (2011),
“A Temporal View of the Costs and Benefits of Self-Deception.”
https://spinup-000d1a-wp-offload-media.s3.amazonaws.com/faculty/wp-content/uploads/sites/63/2019/06/ZChancepaper3-PNAS2011-Self-deception.pdfJanet Schwartz, Mary Frances Luce, and Dan Ariely (2011), “Are
Consumers Too Trusting? The Effects of Relationships with Expert
Journal of Marketing Research.
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1509/jmkr.48.SPL.S163Francesca Gino, Michael I. Norton, Dan Ariely, (2010), “The
Counterfeit Self: The Deceptive Costs of Faking It.”
Psychological Science.
https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=37911Günter Hitsch, Ali Hortaçsu, Dan Ariely (2010), “What Makes You
Click? – Mate Preferences in Online Dating.”
Quantitative Marketing and Economics.
Elsa Addessi, Alessandra Mancini, Lara Crescimbene, Dan Ariely,
Elisabetta Visalberghi (2010), “How to Spend a Token? Trade-Offs
Between Food Variety and Food Preferences In Tufted Capuchin
Monkeys.” Behavioural Processes.
Günter Hitsch, Ali Hortaçsu, Dan Ariely (2010), “Matching and
Sorting in Online Dating.” American Economic Review.
Quantitative Marketing and Economics.
https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/aer.100.1.130 Dan Ariely and Gregory S. Berns (2010), “Neuromarketing: The
Hope and Hype of Neuroimaging in Business.” Nature Reviews
Dan Ariely and Michael Norton (2009), “Conceptual Consumption.”
Annual Review of Psychology.
Dan Ariely, Anat Brach and Stephen Meier (2009), “Doing Good or
Doing Well? Image Motivation and Monetary Incentives in Behaving
Prosocially.” American Economic Review.
On Amir, Dan Ariely and Leonard Lee (2009), “In Search of Homo
Economicus: Cognitive and the Role of Emotion in Preference
Journal of Consumer Research.
Dan Ariely, Uri Gneezy, George Lowenstein, and Nina Mazar
(2009), “Large Stakes and Big Mistakes.”
Review of Economic Studies.
Dan Ariely, Shahar Ayal and Francesca Gino (2009), “Contagion
and Differentiation in Unethical Behavior: The Effect of One Bad
Apple on the Barrel.”
Psychological Science.
Marco Bertini, Elie Ofek and Dan Ariely (2009), “The Impact of
Add-on Features on Consumer Product Evaluations.”
Journal of Consumer Research. Vol. 36, No. 1: 17-28.
Eduardo Andrade, Dan Ariely (2009), “The Enduring Impact of
Transient Emotions on Decision Making.”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol.
109: 1-8.
Nicole Mead, Roy Baumeister, Francesca Gino, Maurice E.
Schweitzer, Dan Ariely (2009), “Too Tired to Tell the Truth:
Self-Control Resource Depletion and Dishonesty.” Journal of
Experimental Social Psychology.
On Amir and Dan Ariely (2008), “Resting on Laurels: The Effects
of Discrete Progress Markers as Subgoals on Task Performance and
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and
Cognition. Vol. 34, No. 5: 1158-71.
On Amir, Dan Ariely and Ziv Carmon (2008), “The Dissociation
Between Monetary Assessment and Predicted Utility.”
Marketing Science. Vol. 27, No. 6: 1055- 1064.
On Amir, Dan Ariely and Nina Mazar (2008), “The Dishonesty of
Honest People: A Theory of Self-Concept Maintenance.”
Journal of Marketing Research. Vol. 45: 633-634.
Dan Ariely, Levy Boaz, Won Chi, Igor Elman, Scott Lukas and Nina
Mazar (2008), “Gender Differences in the Motivational Processing
of Facial Beauty.” Learning and Motivation. Vol. 39, No.
2: 136-145.
Daniel Mochon, Michael Norton and Dan Ariely (2008), “Getting
off the Hedonic Treadmill, One Step at a Time: The Impact of
Regular Religious Practice and Exercise on Well-being.”
Journal of Economic Psychology. Vol. 29: 632-642.
Dan Ariely (2008), “Better Than Average? When Can We Say That
Subsampling of Items is Better Than Statistical Summary
Representations?” Perception & Psychophysics.
Vol. 70, No. 7: 1325-26.
Dan Ariely and Uri Simonsohn (2008), “When Rational Sellers Face
Nonrational Buyers: Evidence from Herding on eBay.”
Management Science. Vol. 54, No. 9: 1624- 1637.
Boris Maciejovsky, David Budescu and Dan Ariely (2008) “The
Researcher as a Consumer of Scientific Publications: How Do Name
Ordering Conventions Affect Inferences About Contribution
Credits?” Marketing Science. Articles in Advance: 1-10.
Dan Ariely, Emir Kamenica and Drazen Prelec (2008), “Man’s
Search for Meaning: The Case of Legos.”
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Vol. 67:
Leonard Lee, George Lowenstein, James Hong, Jim Young and Dan
Ariely (2008), “If I’m Not Hot, Are You Hot or Not?
Physical-Attractiveness Evaluations and Dating Preferences as a
Function of One’s Own Attractiveness.”
Psychological Science. Vol. 19, No. 7.
Rebecca Waber, Baba Shiv, Ziv Carmon and Dan Ariely (2008),
“Commercial Features of Placebo and Therapeutic Efficacy.”
JAMA-The Journal of the American Medical Association. Vol.
299, No 9.
Jeana Frost, Zoë Chance, Michael Norton and Dan Ariely (2008),
“People are Experience Goods: Improving Online Dating with
Virtual Dates” Journal of Interactive Marketing. Vol. 22,
No. 1: 51-61.
Uri Simonsohn, Niklas Karlsson, George Loewenstein and Dan
Ariely (2008), “The Tree of Experience in the Forest of
Information: Overweighing Experienced Relative to Observed
Information.” GAMES and Economic Behavior Vol. 62: 263 –
Dan Ariely and Michael Norton (2007), “How Actions Create—Not
Just Reveal—Preferences.”
TRENDS in Cognitive Sciences. Vol. 12, No. 1: 13 – 16.
Dan Ariely and Michael Norton (2007), “Psychology and
Experimental Economics: A Gap in Abstraction”
Current Directions in Psychological Science. Vol. 16,
Issue 6: 336 – 339.
Kristina Shampanier, Nina Mazar, and Dan Ariely (2007), “Zero as
a Special Price: The True Value of Free Products.”
Marketing Science. Vol. 26, No. 6: 742-757.
Paul Eastwick. Eli Finkel, Daniel Mochon and Dan Ariely (2007),
“Selective vs. Unselective Romantic Desire: Not All Reciprocity
is Created Equal.” Psychological Science. Vol. 18, No. 4:
Michael Norton, Jeana Frost and Dan Ariely (2007), “Less is
More: The Lure of Ambiguity, or Why Familiarity Breeds
Contempt.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Vol. 92: 97-105.
On Amir and Dan Ariely (2007), “Decisions by Rules: The Case of
Unwillingness to Pay for Beneficial Delays.”
Journal of Marketing Research. Vol. 44, No. 1: 142-152.
Leonard Lee, Shane Frederick and Dan Ariely (2006), “Try It,
You’ll Like It: The Influence of Expectation, Consumption, and
Revelation on Preferences for Beer.”
Psychological Science. Vol. 17, No. 12: 1054–1058.
Steve Hoeffler, Dan Ariely and Pat West (2006), “Path Dependent
Preferences: The Role of Early Experience and Biased Search in
Preference Development.”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Michael Norton, Samuel Sommers, Evan Apfelbaum, Natassia Pura
and Dan Ariely (2006), “Colorblindness and Political
Correctness: Playing the Political Correctness Game.”
Psychological Science. Vol. 17, No. 11: 949–953.
Nina Mazar and Dan Ariely (2006), “Dishonesty in Everyday Life
and its Policy Implications.”
Journal of Public Policy and Marketing. Vol. 25, No. 1:
Gal Zauberman, Kristin Diehl and Dan Ariely (2006), “Hedonic
Versus Informational Evaluations: Task Dependent Preferences for
Sequences of Outcomes.”
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making Vol. 19, No. 3:
Leonard Lee and Dan Ariely (2006), “Shopping Goals, Goal
Concreteness, and Conditional Promotions.”
Journal of Consumer Research Vol. 33: 60-70.
Dan Ariely, George Loewenstein and Drazen Prelec (2006), “Tom
Sawyer and the Construction of Value.”
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Vol. 60:
Dan Ariely and George Loewenstein (2006), “The Heat of the
Moment: The Effect of Sexual Arousal on Sexual Decision Making.”
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. Vol.19: 87-98.
Dan Ariely, Axel Ockenfels and Alvin Roth (2005), “An
Experimental Analysis of Ending Rules in Internet Auctions.”
The RAND Journal of Economics. Vol. 36, No. 4: 890-907.
Baba Shiv, Ziv Carmon and Dan Ariely (2005),“Placebo Effects of
Marketing Actions: Consumers May get What They Pay For.”
Journal of Marketing Research. Vol. 42, No. 4: 383-393.•
See also comments in the same issue.https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1509/jmkr.2005.42.4.383
Michael Norton, Joan DiMicco, Ron Caneel, and Dan Ariely (2004),
“AntiGroupWare and Second Messenger.”
BT Technology Journal, Vol. 22, No. 4: 83-88.
James Heyman and Dan Ariely (2004), “Effort for Payment: A Tale
of Two Markets.” Psychological Science, Vol.15, No. 11:
787-793.• Featured as “Editor’s Choice” in Science (2004), 306,
page 199.https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.0956-7976.2004.00757.x
James Heyman, Yesim Orhun and Dan Ariely (2004), “Auction Fever:
The Effect of Opponents and Quasi-Endowment on Product
Valuations.” Journal of Interactive Marketing, Vol. 18,
No.4: 4–21.
Jiwoong Shin and Dan Ariely (2004), “Keeping Doors Open: The
Effect of Unavailability on Incentives to Keep Options Viable.”
Management Science, Vol. 50, No 5: 575-586.
Dan Ariely, John G. Lynch and Manny Aparicio (2004), “Learning
by Collaborative and Individual-Based Recommendation Agents.”
Journal of Consumer Psychology, 14 (1&2) 81-94.
Dan Ariely and Gal Zauberman (2003), “Differential Partitioning
of Extended Experiences.”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes,
Vol. 91, No. 2: 128-139.
Dan Ariely, George Loewenstein and Drazen Prelec (2003),
“Coherent Arbitrariness: Stable Demand Curves without Stable
Preferences.” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.118,
No. 1: 73-105.
Dan Ariely and Itamar Simonson (2003), “Buying, Bidding,
Playing, or Competing? Value Assessment and Decision Dynamics in
Online Auctions.” Journal of Consumer Psychology, Vol.13:
Dan Ariely and Klaus Wertenbroch (2002), “Procrastination,
Deadlines, and Performance: Self-control by Precommitment.”
Psychological Science, Vol. 13, No. 3: 219-224.
Joel Huber, Dan Ariely and Greg Fischer (2002), “Expressing
Preferences in a Principal-Agent Task: A Comparison of Choice,
Rating and Matching.”
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes,
Vol. 87, No. 1: 66-90.
Itzhak Aharon, Nancy Etcoff, Dan Ariely, Chris F. Chabris, Ethan
O’Connor and, Hans C. Breiter (2001), “Beautiful Faces Have
Variable Reward Value: FMRI and Behavioral Evidence.”
Neuron, Vol. 32: 537-551.
Dan Ariely and Dan Zakay (2001), “A Timely Account of the Role
of Duration in Decision Making.” Acta Psychologica, Vol.
108, No. 2: 187-207.
Dan Ariely (2001), “Seeing Sets: Representation by Statistical
Properties.” Psychological Science, Vol. 12, No. 2:
Dan Ariely and George Loewenstein (2000), “When Does Duration
Matter in Judgment and Decision Making.”
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Vol. 129,
No. 4: 508-523.• See also joint commentary with Daniel Kahneman
in the same issue.https://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/sds/docs/loewenstein/WhenDurationMatters.pdf
Dan Ariely (2000), “Controlling the Information Flow: Effects on
Consumers’ Decision Making and Preference.”
Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 27, No. 2: 233-248.
Dan Ariely and Jonathan Levav (2000), “Sequential Choice in
Group Settings: Taking the Road Less Traveled and Less Enjoyed.”
Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 27, No. 3: 279-290.
Ziv Carmon and Dan Ariely (2000), “Focusing on the Forgone: How
Value Can Appear So Different to Buyers and Sellers.”
Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 27, No. 3: 360-370.
Dan Ariely, Au Wing-Tung, Randy H. Bender, David V. Budescu,
Christine B. Dietz, Hongbin Gu, Tom S. Wallsten and Gal
Zauberman (2000), “The Effects of Averaging Subjective
Probability Estimates Between and Within Judges.”
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Dan Ariely and Gal Zauberman (2000), “On the Making of an
Experience: The Effects of Breaking and Combining Experiences on
Their Overall Evaluation.”
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Vol. 13: 219-232.
Dan Ariely and Ziv Carmon (2000), “Gestalt Characteristics of
Experiences: The Defining Features of Summarized Events.”
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Vol. 13: 191-201.
John G. Lynch and Dan Ariely (2000), “Wine Online: Search Costs
Affect Competition on Price, Quality, and Distribution.”
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Preferences: A Look into Dimensions of Experience and Their
Impact on Preference Stability.”
Journal of Consumer Psychology, Vol. 8, No. 2: 113-139.
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of Duration, Intensity Changes, and On-line Measurements on
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Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Vol. 11: 19-45.
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