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EDP369K Decision-Making Prior to viewing this TED talk, I knew that the brain interprets certain images in certain ways to help its owner understand what they are seeing, but I didn’t realize that it almost forces him or her to make inferences based on the visual cues that are untrue, unrealistic or just not acceptable. It is certainly an interesting topic to learn about, and I honestly wonder if some of the problems in world history have occurred based on mistakes made by the brain of important people due to the distorting of certain environmental cues. Dan Ariely is a very smart man with degrees from very prominent places in the world as we know it today. He clearly has a ton of experience with the geniuses of society and seems like a confident public speaker, but I honestly did not take a lot away from this presentation simply because it seems like mistakes made by the brain will be corrected over time. While
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course EDP 369K taught by Professor Medinaandlewis during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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