Behavioralviews.com, A New Fresh Start [Find out what’s new]

It has been 5 months (November 2017) and 34 posts since I founded and created Behavioral Views (previously known as Behavioral Web/behavioralweb.wordpress.com). This is the 35th post of behavioral views. So it thinks this is the perfect time for announcing the major rebranding and major relaunch of Behavioral Web into something fresh and way more … Continue reading Behavioralviews.com, A New Fresh Start [Find out what’s new]

The Rise Of Behavioral Economics

Last week, Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize! This is a very exciting moment that I have been waiting for a long time. Which is the increasing awareness of behavioral economics. This is the second Nobel prize related to Behavioral Economics. The first one is Daniel Kahneman which is a close colleague of Richard Thaler. I'm … Continue reading The Rise Of Behavioral Economics

3 Tips to enhance your reading experience & to get the most out of your book

Hello! I know this is an unusual post, but because I think these tips are really important and I think this could help you to enhance your reading experience, so I decided to post it on Behavioral Web. So I’m gonna share you my tips on reading books. This tips will not discuss the techniques … Continue reading 3 Tips to enhance your reading experience & to get the most out of your book

3 Psychological Concepts That Will Change Your Perspectives About Perspectives [Free Exclusive 8 Pages Booklet]

It has been 20 posts and about 3 months since I started this blog. In the past 20 posts, I shared my ideas & my opinions about the psychological reasoning behind some of the world most popular phenomenon and topics. I also posted some of my favorite Behavioral Economics related subjects such as IKEA effects, … Continue reading 3 Psychological Concepts That Will Change Your Perspectives About Perspectives [Free Exclusive 8 Pages Booklet]