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Invisible Influence

The Hidden Forces That Shape Behavior
Lu par : Keith Nobbs
Durée : 6 h et 58 min
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The New York Times best-selling author of Contagious explores the subtle, secret influences that affect the decisions we make - from what we buy to the careers we choose to what we eat - in this fascinating and groundbreaking work.

If you're like most people, you think that your choices and behaviors are driven by your individual personal tastes and opinions. You wear a certain jacket because you like the way it looks. You picked a particular career because you found it interesting. The notion that our choices are driven by our own personal thoughts and opinions is patently obvious. Right? Wrong.

Without our realizing it, other people's behavior has a huge influence on everything we do at every moment of our lives, from the mundane to the momentous occasion. Even strangers have startling impacts on our judgments and decisions: Our attitudes toward a welfare policy shift if we're told it is supported by Democrats versus Republicans (even though the policy is the same in both cases).

But social influence doesn't just lead us to do the same things as others. In some cases we conform or imitate others around us. But in other cases we diverge or avoid particular choices or behaviors because other people are doing them. We stop listening to a band because they go mainstream. We skip buying the minivan because we don't want to look like a soccer mom.

In his surprising and compelling Invisible Influence, Jonah Berger integrates research and thinking from business, psychology, and social science to focus on the subtle, invisible influences behind our choices as individuals. By understanding how social influence works, we can decide when to resist and when to embrace it - and how we can use this knowledge to make better-informed decisions and exercise more control over our own behavior.

©2016 Jonah Berger (P)2016 Simon & Schuster

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Good for general knowledge, not as good for self h

Heard of this book on a podcast and the author was really engaging. Unfortunately the book is merely a compilation of anecdotes with no clear direction or actionable steps.

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  • Nathan
  • 28/07/2016

Confused and Disappointed

I love social science but this book gives so much conflicting data and fails to connect the dots. I finished simply to say I have read the book but I definitely do not recommend.

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  • Johan
  • 08/10/2016

Fascinating, but...

I would have liked to hear more about the principles surrounding the different behaviors. The stories are fascinating examples but at the end of the day I felt they took up a lot of time that could have been used to talk more about the underlying principles and how to use and/or counter them.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31/12/2016

useless book

I really don't get what's the benefit of this book, I expected to learn new ways to influence. It just tells you dumb things that everyone knows that influence decisions. But maybe I learnedly something so 3 stars

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  • Gerry
  • 25/07/2016

Disappointing and lightweight

I have enjoyed Berger's other books but found this to be surprisingly lightweight. It covers very little ground and spends way too much time on anecdotes and way to little on the underlying science. If you are looking for a good understanding of how we influence each other, and ourselves through our own biases, there are plenty of better works to choose from.

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  • Henry P. Blanton
  • 21/06/2016

just another crappy self help

I thought that this book would primarily report the results of research, but interest or was a collection of nonsensical personal anecdotes and poorly conceived illustrative examples.

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  • Tom Parsley
  • 14/10/2016

Informative but unnecessarily long and biased

The book contains a good amount of useful and insightful information. However, this information is buried in a massive amount of unnecessary text, and this text is often politically biased.

If you can find an abridged version of this book that focuses on conveying the key information, then it's worth your time. Otherwise, skip it.

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  • Kavita Kishore
  • 23/06/2016

Great book

This book is a great way to understand how our society shapes our lives, and how we can use it to motivate us.

The only problem I had was with the voice reading it. While it was a clear and well enunciated reading, I found myself zoning out the voice often.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 10/08/2018

Elementary

I chose the book because it was written by a Ph.D. I think he talked down to the reader, made it too simplistic. Much of what he said came across as conjecture and wasn’t backed up by research. I think he needs to write at a higher level and prove in the book that all of his statements are supported by research.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 18/07/2020

great read

very informative, decent narrator. conceptualized many theories and offered practical applications to execute in reality

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  • Slim Dimbickus
  • 14/11/2019

yo my boy Keith is the greatest reader

great book, the narrator makes it practically conversational, high recommend to anyone into social psychology.