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Is Decision Making in Our Hands?
William Frierson is a staff writer for

Most of us wake up every day thinking we are in control of our decisions, but are we really?  Some decisions seem easier to make when they are based on our preferences; other decisions are more illusional based on our options.

Behavioral economist, Dan Ariely, believes people can build a better world once they understand their cognitive limitations.  In the following video, he uses illusions to demonstrate how some decisions don't necessarily reside in us, but with the choices we're given.

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