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Stop irrational spending with these research-based tricks

Espresso Logo By Anne-Marie Vettorel of Espresso | Slide 1 of 21: The field of behavioural economics looks at how people make economic decisions, taking into account human psychology and fallibility. It says that humans aren’t rational creatures that act in their own self-interest, but rather, they’re emotional and often prone to mental error.Over the years, researchers in the field have suggested some interesting concepts, many of which have practical applications. Here are a few that could save you money.

Stop irrational spending with these research-based tricks

The field of behavioural economics looks at how people make economic decisions, taking into account human psychology and fallibility. It says that humans aren’t rational creatures that act in their own self-interest, but rather, they’re emotional and often prone to mental error.

Over the years, researchers in the field have suggested some interesting concepts, many of which have practical applications. Here are a few that could save you money.

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