|Appears in Collections:||Economics Newspaper/Magazine Articles|
|Title:||Exposure of faked dishonesty study makes me proud to be a behavioural scientist|
|Publisher:||The Conversation Trust|
|Citation:||Comerford D (2021) Exposure of faked dishonesty study makes me proud to be a behavioural scientist. The Conversation. 08.09.2021.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: The story has a lot to recommend it: psychologist Dan Ariely, the author of a bestselling book on the behavioural science of dishonesty, retracts his study because the data was faked. No wonder it’s been picked up by the world’s media. Buzzfeed declared this “the latest blow to the buzzy field of behavioural economics”. Psychologist Stuart Ritchie, himself a scientist, wrote about the case under the headline: “Never trust a scientist”.|
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