MiB: David McRaney on Perception, Opinion, and Persuasion Nice)
This week, we communicate with science journalist David McRaney, who investigates the psychology of reasoning, decision-making and judgment on his weblog “You Are Not So Good.” The weblog, which he launched in 2009, spawned a bestselling e-book, now out there in 17 languages, in addition to a podcast. McRaney’s most up-to-date e-book, “How Minds Change: The Shocking Science of Perception, Opinion, and Persuasion,” got here out this yr.
We talk about how his pondering has developed over time, from specializing in behavioral biases and why individuals are improper, to studying what leads individuals to alter their minds. People are social primates, so everyone is persuadable, however it’s a particular course of. It’s much less about information, and extra about their social help system, and their willingness to alter their perception system. It’s a advanced however time-consuming, course of.
He explains why we “really feel we all know issues” fairly than truly understanding the universe round us. All actuality is digital actuality, as we expertise the universe by means of our personal inside mannequin, fairly than an goal view.
A listing of his favourite books is right here; A transcript of our dialog is out there right here Tuesday.
You possibly can stream and obtain our full dialog, together with the podcast extras on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, YouTube, Bloomberg, and Acast. All of our earlier podcasts in your favourite pod hosts might be discovered right here; all of our prior discussions of psychology and behavioral economics might be discovered right here.
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