HOW TO MANIPULATE PEOPLE (2/2)- INFLUENCE THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION

HOW TO MANIPULATE PEOPLE (2/2)- INFLUENCE THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION

NUMBER 5 : SOCIAL PROOF M sure you might have noticed something like in this example…A study in New York City was done. Where some people were told to look up on the 6th floor of a building, continuously and see what happens Forty-five percent of passersby stopped if one-person was looking up, while 85% …

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Kevin Smith: I’m “Living on Borrowed Time” After Heart Attack | THR News

Kevin Smith says he feels like, after his heart attack, he’s “living on borrowed time.” On Monday, the filmmaker tweeted that he’d suffered a “massive” heart attack, saying his doctor told him he had “100% blockage of my LAD artery (aka ‘the Widow-Maker’).” Two days later, he returned home. And on Thursday, he gave his …

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How single-payer health care works, in 2 minutes

How single-payer health care works, in 2 minutes

People have really strong opinions on single-payer healthcare. It could be the silver bullet that fixes our healthcare system, or it could be…. But most people don’t even know what single-payer means. So let’s start with what we have. You can think of the American healthcare system as a series of tubes. We do not …

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Why Are American Health Care Costs So High?

Why Are American Health Care Costs So High?

Good morning Hank, it’s Tuesday. I want to talk today about why healthcare costs in the United States are so phenomenally, fascinatingly expensive, but first I have to blow your mind: Alright, so you’ve probably heard that the reason that people enjoy “free” healthcare in Australia and the UK and Canada, etc, etc is that …

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Is this the future of health? | The Economist

Is this the future of health? | The Economist

The quest for artificial intelligence began more than 80 years ago. I can perform 36 distinct acts. The idea was that computer technology would one day be powerful enough to carry out tasks better and more efficiently than humans. We’ve got to actually say hello to it. Today AI has come of age. It’s already …

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