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The Undecided Brain

- Eight Ways to Persuade the Doubting, Ambivalent, and Confused

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Format:
Bog, hardback
Udgivelsesdato:
05-11-2011
Sprog:
Engelsk
Sidetal:
384
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  1. Beskrivelse

    Apart from those people who are chronically indecisive, which is a clinical condition, the fact that we are undecided creates a vast array of opportunity for those people who can help us make up our minds. This book explores and explains the psychology of undecidedness, and what it takes to move voters, consumers, or jurors, off the fence.

  2. Yderligere info
    ISBN13:
    9781586489106
    Bredde:
    155 mm
    Højde:
    235 mm
    Format:
    Hardback
    • Bibliotekernes beskrivelse

      The renowned author of "The Political Brain" offers essential principles for successfully influencing or persuading undecided voters and uncommitted consumers based on research and case studies that examine what is happening in the brain when we haven't yet made up our minds. The majority of us are undecided about most things most of the time (shall I wear blue or brown? Will I eat fish or meat?) - which is to say we are persuadable (my friend says I look good in blue). It's a very human condition, and usually a very smart one: not to have rigidly made your mind up preserves choices and options allowing for flexibility and adaptive behavior. Juries are chosen precisely because they have not, before hearing the evidence, made up their minds. Undecidedness is virtuous in court. Apart from those people who are chronically indecisive, which is a clinical condition, the fact that we are undecided creates a vast array of opportunity for those people who can help us make up our minds. Marketeers, advertisers, advocates, politicians, con-men, hucksters, designers, are just some of the people whose professions exist because we are not quite set in our ways.In "The Undecided Brain", renowned neuroscientist and political consultant Drew Westen explores and explains the psychology of undecidedness, and what it takes to move voters, consumers, executives, or jurors, off the fence. Using original research and fascinating case studies, he illuminates what actually persuades the Undecided mind and what doesn't.

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