Using Associations To Prime Social Behaviour

(Sarah Hawk) #1

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Every colour, word, smell, image, sound provokes a set of associations we inherited growing up (and a few before we were born). These associations prime our behaviour in curious ways. For example, when we say something is “not scary“, “not bad“, or “not dangerous” our brain instantly picks up on the words ‘scary’, ‘bad’, and…

(catykobe) #2

The link points to http://localhost/ so it’s broken when you try to click through. Just an FYI! :smile:

(Sarah Hawk) #3

Eeeeek, thanks @catykobe – I’ll get that sorted asap!

(Richard Millington) #4