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Disciplines: Careers and professional disciplines.


Explanations:  Explanations and theories of how things work.

  • Behaviors: That result from our decisions, including lots on:
  • Beliefs: The bedrock of our assumptions.
  • Brain stuff: Deeper stuff about how the brain works.
  • Culture: How we socially act together.
  • Critical Theory: Deep challenge.
  • Decisions: The processes by which we weigh up choices and build intent.
  • Emotions: How we feel the way we do (and are driven to action).
  • Evolution: Forces of nature on us.
  • Gender: Male and female differences.
  • Groups: How groups and teams of people behave.
  • Identity: Complexities of the self.
  • Learning: How we get to make sense.
  • Meaning: The meaning we make from our experiences.
  • Memory: How things get put in and taken out.
  • Models: Simplified reality.
  • Motivation: The overall subject of what drives us.
  • Needs: Details and models about these pre-programmed systems.
  • Perception: From sensing to sense.
  • Personality: What makes us who we are.
  • Power: Our capability to act. Where we get it and how we use it.
  • Preferences: The biases that we apply to our choices.
  • Relationships: How individuals connect.
  • Research: Philosophies, experiments and the search for meaning.
  • SIFT Model: a simple understanding what goes on inside our heads.
  • Stress: What winds us up.
  • Theories: Lots of academic theories related to changing minds.
  • Trust: The social glue that is the gateway to persuasion.
  • Values: The rules we live by (in order to live with others).

Principles: The core principles used in many persuasive techniques.


Techniques: Methods used for changing minds.

 

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Disciplines

* Argument
* Brand management
* Change Management
* Coaching
* Communication
* Counseling
* Game Design
* Human Resources
* Job-finding
* Leadership
* Marketing
* Politics
* Propaganda
* Rhetoric
* Negotiation
* Psychoanalysis
* Sales
* Sociology
* Storytelling
* Teaching
* Warfare
* Workplace design

Techniques

* Assertiveness
* Body language
* Change techniques
* Closing techniques
* Conversation
* Confidence tricks
* Conversion
* Creative techniques
* General techniques
* Happiness
* Hypnotism
* Interrogation
* Language
* Listening
* Negotiation tactics
* Objection handling
* Propaganda
* Problem-solving
* Public speaking
* Questioning
* Using repetition
* Resisting persuasion
* Self-development
* Sequential requests
* Storytelling
* Stress Management
* Tipping
* Using humor
* Willpower

Principles

* Principles

Explanations

* Behaviors
* Beliefs
* Brain stuff
* Conditioning
* Coping Mechanisms
* Critical Theory
* Culture
* Decisions
* Emotions
* Evolution
* Gender
* Games
* Groups
* Habit
* Identity
* Learning
* Meaning
* Memory
* Motivation
* Models
* Needs
* Personality
* Power
* Preferences
* Research
* Relationships
* SIFT Model
* Social Research
* Stress
* Trust
* Values

Theories

* Alphabetic list
* Theory types

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