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Definition of Pulling a Dan Ariely

Pulling a Dan Ariely


  • Presenting only data that supports your predetermined agenda without verifying its validity.
    I can't believe he got this paper published without making sure the insurance data is not fake...what a Dan Ariely did he pull.

    Last edited on Sep 03 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 03 2021.

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