Revolutionary Psychology Experiments That Are As Crazy As Their Results

$32 For a $3 Million Violin

15. $32 For a $3 Million Violin

Have you ever wondered how a pack of fruits presented in a supermarket looks more attractive than the same sold in a street shop? That’s because our minds tend to attach value from how it is shown.

This fact was proven by a simple experiment. In 2007, famous violinist Joshua Bell played his $3.5-million handcrafted violin in a street near the metro station in Washington DC. All he could gather was measly $32 while his previous performance at a Boston concert was sold out with tickets costing an average $100.

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