Category Archives: Social Psychology

This is the study of predictable behavioral tendencies that result from social interactions rooted mainly in both evolutionary psychology and culturally directed development.

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Mood Congruency Recall and It’s Effect on Communication

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Nonverbal / Body Language, Persuasion, Psychological Platform, Social Psychology

The Effect of Mood Valence on Memory Recall and Communication. Have you ever noticed that when you are depressed that pretty much everything seems depressing? You may look at a couple happily walking down the street and all you are … Continue reading

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Getting Real About Eye Accessing Cues | Part 3 of 3 | Horizontal Visual, Auditory/A.Digital and Kinesthetic Positions

Posted by: admin, In Category: Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Social Psychology

In my previous post we discussed the vertical activation and redistribution of images through the upper, middle and lower fields of vision. The other and more important component for the purpose of accurate “lie detection” is the horizontal activation. Rather … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Professional Series on Sensory Acuity | Part 3 of 3| Sensory Acuity Strategy

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Evolutionary Psychology, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Nonverbal / Body Language, Social Psychology

If you are going to effectively communicate with someone it is imperative that you ensure that they are both hearing and understanding what it is that you are saying. Unfortunately this is very difficult to know for two important reasons: … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Professional Series on Sensory Acuity | Part 2 of 3 | Informational Processing

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Evolutionary Psychology, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Social Psychology

Due to the harsh realities of the world and the undeniable necessity to have a mentally stable “human” in order to pass genes on from generation to generation, the evolution of a mind that can ward off negative emotion is … Continue reading

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Sex, Drugs, Cooperation… The Neuroscience Behind The Persuasion Of “Help”

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Social Psychology

Communicating to future prospects, whether they be clients, potential lovers or maybe just someone at the DMV who you want to help you get out of there quicker can pose us with an almost infinite number of possible strategies. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Selling The Lie, Getting The Girl And Sugary Sweet Communication. Does “Mental Energy” Really Exist?

Posted by: admin, In Category: Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Social Psychology

Effective communication is a lot more than simply choosing the right words.  Being persuasive, forming the right communication strategies and speaking effectively are just a few of the components necessary for people to communicate effectively. One important component that is … Continue reading

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