Persuasion Articles of the Week

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  • Emotions and Manipulation
  • Pupils and difficult thinking
  • Positive feedback loops
  • Media manipulation

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Tim Ferriss Is The King Of This In-Demand Soft Skill: Here Are Seven Ways To Master Time Management

Learn to say No; eliminate distractions; and delegate what you can.


Psychology Itself Is Under Scrutiny

Some of psychology’s most striking findings, such as the Stanford Prison Experiment, aren’t reproducible. (This seems to be the case in many scientific studies, we’ve recently learned.)


Is it considered manipulative to use emotions to convince people or is it a good skill which should be learned?

What defines manipulation versus persuasion?


The adversarial persuasion machine: a conversation with James Williams

Technology, and the companies behind it, don’t have your best interest at heart.