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User Review  - Phoenixangelfire - LibraryThing

An outstanding review of heuristics and manipulation we use and are abused by in daily life. How to avoid these traps of thinking and to develop deeper insights in reflective thinking and analysis. A ... Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Stuart Berman - Goodreads

The Cialdini research is without peer and provides some of the greatest insight into the science of influence. This book is based upon the research but to fully comprehend the material a workshop by his peer, Greg Niedert is best.- Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Mukesh Emes - Goodreads

In this book Robert Cialdini explains the techniques to influence people and how to use them to get more positive responses. He will explain these techniques with some great examples. He says' People ... Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Priit - Goodreads

Authors insistence that you shouldn't use the methods in the book to influence people is hilarious. Solid advice back with science. However for the practitioner I would suggest Yes! instead. Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - chaosmogony - LibraryThing

What an interesting book. Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

What an interesting book. Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Shagatxulg - Goodreads

Pretty good stuff. Lots of examples. Shitload of useless stats to support some of the theories. Can't believe them all, but still worth reading. Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Phil Reed - Goodreads

Really interesting, and packed with great real-life examples. I was also suprised at how enjoyable I found this book - an easier read than I'd expected! Read full review

Review: Influence: Science and Practice

User Review  - Craig Butler - Goodreads

Fascinating read regarding how humans influence other humans. Many of these influences are not perceived as being overt, but have compelling and profound impact on the behaviors of others. Read full review

Review: Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion

User Review  - Jerry - Goodreads

I put this book under "dangerous knowledge." Cialdini, still a top consultant in this field, has a tiny disclaimer at the end of the book saying how he's aware that this knowledge could be misused ... Read full review


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