Monthly Archives: November 2010

Intuition and Uncertainty: Reflections on the Monty Hall Problem

Dan Ariely has posted an intriguing offer on this blog recently: buy his second book, and enter to win dinner with him. I can hardly resist! Again, I started commenting on the post, but got a little carried away: This … Continue reading

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Should Companies Experiment?

This is another response to a post in Dan Ariely’s blog. This time, he was ranting about companies not trying to validate what they (plan to) do through scientific experiments. In principle, I’m with him, but I do have some … Continue reading

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