Dan Ariely’s MOOC, “A Beginner’s Guide to Irrational Behavior,” Starts Monday

Back in November we gave you a heads up on A Beginner’s Guide to Irrational Behavior, a MOOC being created by Dan Ariely. If you’re a frequent visitor to our site, you know that Ariely is a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, who has previously explained by why well-intentioned people lie, and why CEOs repeatedly get outsized bonuses that have no basis in rationality. Ariely’s six-week course finally begins tomorrow (Monday the 25th), so, before you miss the boat, reserve your free seat today.

A Beginner’s Guide to Irrational Behavior now appears on our  list of 300 Free MOOCs from Great Universities.



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  • abigail jamoner

    hi there,

    i am very interested about this topic but i learned about it late…

    can i still catch up with this class? please advise me on what to do…

    thank you

    -abby-

  • Ron Atkins

    I would like to join the class late.

  • bob wonderhem

    I would like to find out when the next class starts so I may enroll
    Thanks

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  • Alice

    Hi! Will you run the course again in 2014?

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