Persuasion Articles of the Week

Photo "Cars on I-90 floating bridge" by Seattle Municipal Archives, Flickr, CC-By-2.0
Calm or rough waters in your brain today? Photo “Cars on I-90 floating bridge” by Seattle Municipal Archives, Flickr, CC-By-2.0

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When the Power of “You” FAILS

When we want to help others make better decisions, sometimes we have to frame the conversation with the results we get.


Scientists Explain Why You Can’t Stop Going Back to the Same Places

We have a limited number of locations where we return.


The emotionally intelligent way to resolve disagreements faster

Find a common point of agreement my friends!


The psychological effects of a heatwave

The heat affects our ability to think, learn, and make decisions.


The Neuroscience of Smell Memories Linked to Place and Time

The brain links smells with locations, even decades later. What smells will your children remember from their time in front of the phone?


How to tell the difference between persuasion and manipulation

Is it helpful to the other person, or is it serving your own ends?


What We Know About the Human Mind

We make up our beliefs and opinions, and can easily change them if we want to.