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Why is it difficult for people to say, “I don’t know?” What is one’s moral compass and how can it get in the way of free thinking?

2

Explain why thinking small is thinking like a freak and is advantageous over thinking big.

3

In economics what are declared preferences and what are revealed preferences? How can these economic terms be applied to thinking like a freak?

4

What conclusions did Brian Mullaney reach about what incentivizes people to give to charity? Why was his “once and done” option successful?

6

What are relationship frameworks? Describe some specific instances in which they can be violated. What is ping-pong diplomacy and how was it a positive shift in a traditional framework?

6

What are the three main reasons incentives fail? What are the guidelines for successfully determining the way to find the right incentives that will appeal to the individual and...

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