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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Psychological despotism, whether enlightened or not, is gross misuse of psychology. Notify me of new comments via email. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In part, the answer involves an essential but poorly appreciated tenet of all communication: Harnessnig in your details below or click an icon to log in: The simple association with it is enough to stimulate our dislike.
Posted in Uncategorized Leave a Comment. The result was that once again nearly all 93 percent agreed, even though no real reason, no new information, was added to justify their compliance. We can learn to secure consensus, cut deals, win concessions by artfully applying six scientific principles of winning friends and influencing people.
People simply like to have reasons for what they do. Books by Robert B. Legitimate expertise, genuine obligations, authentic similarities, real social proof, exclusive news, and freely made commitments can produce choices that are likely to benefit both parties. Highlight unique benefits and exclusive information. Although the six principles and their applications can be discussed separately for the sake of clarity, they should be applied in combination to compound their impact.
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The manager, if one listens to the psychologists, will have to have insight into all kinds of people… he will have to understand an infinity of individual personality structures, individual psychological needs, and individual psychological problems. These are the assumptions of foolish arrogance…. Psychological despotism cannot work … it requires universal genius on the part of the ruler.
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He will, in other words, have to be omniscient…. Return to Book Page. People defer to experts who provide shortcuts to decisions requiring specialized information. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Still, we need to make sense of our desire for the item, so we begin to assign it positive qualities to justify the desire. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Whomever you root for hadnessing you; and when he wins, you win.
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People repay in kind. People align with their clear commitments. Instant Influence ratings.
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Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Putting it all together Although the six principles and their applications can be discussed separately for the sake of clarity, they should be applied in combination to compound their impact.
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It is also a particularly repugnant form of tyranny…. The main purpose of psychology is to acquire insight into, and mastery of, oneself… To use psychology to control, dominate, and manipulate others is self-destructive abuse of knowledge. It is also a particularly repugnant form of tyranny… Psychological despotism cannot work … it requires universal genius on the part of the ruler. Homepage of Lucifer Effect by Philip Zimbardo: He will, in other words, have to be omniscient… The work relationship has to be based on mutual respect.
However, we rarely recognize that psychological reactance has caused us to want the item roberh all we know is that we want it.
The deceptive or coercive use of the principles of social influence is ethically wrong and pragmatically wrongheaded. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: People like those who like them.