Cialdini Asks is a new series of video interviews in which I ask experts in behavioral science about the journey that spurred their literary and academic work. I discuss with each how they adapted their messages for a larger and more popular audience, the most important aspects of their content, and the motivations behind their work. Today, I share with you three conversations—scroll down and learn more about my discussions with Amy Cuddy, Dan Ariely and Adam Grant.
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Cialdini Asks: Amy Cuddy
In this discussion with Amy, we go over how nonverbal behavior and snap judgement influence people.
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Amy is a Harvard Business School professor and social psychologist. She is also the author of Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges.
Cialdini Asks: Dan Ariely
In this video, we discuss behavioral change and how psychology can influence it.
Cialdini Asks: Adam Grant
In this discussion with Adam, we go over how small environmental changes can have a large impact on people’s behavior.