Have 你 ever been curious about your future? Have 你 ever called a phone psychic to get some answers?
If 你 wonder how "psychics" work, read on. This 文章 is for you.
Most "psychics" are plain scammers. They use cold 阅读 to make calculated guess about the sitters. Cold 阅读 is an interactive psychological technique which extracts information from a person through verbal and non verbal cues. 更多 often than not, psychics utilize known psychology techniques that can apply to almost anyone. An example would be claiming the sitter is cursed and he 或者 she could lift that curse for a...
Secret information? Okay, probably not much remains truly hidden 或者 forbidden anymore, but there are little secrets about how things work. Salesmen, politicians, and others learn and use subtle techniques to influence you. "Lucky people" use little-known tricks to get that way. Here are some examples.
Controling Through Words
There is a classic joke, "Have 你 stopped beating your wife?" It is difficult to answer without incriminating yourself. This technique of the implicit premise is used 由 politicians for 更多 than jokes. Get everyone to argue about how to do something, for example, like...
Have 你 ever wondered why your spouse, coworkers, 或者 children seem to think so differently from you? 你 may not understand why they make the decisions they do, 或者 why they place such importance on things that seem inconsequential to you. It is possible to understand the 答案 to all these questions. The secret lies in the theory of Myers-Briggs personality type.
In the 1960's a psychological theorist named Katharine Briggs had many of the same 问题 你 do. She wondered why some of her family members had such logical, linear thinking processes, when she herself was 更多 likely to take...
The Stanford prison experiment was ostensibly a psychological study of human responses to captivity and its behavioral effects on both authorities and inmates in prison. It was conducted in 1971 由 a team of researchers led 由 Philip Zimbardo
The experiment was designed 由 the Yale 大学 social psychologist, Stanley Milgram, to demonstrate the willingness of subjects to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts that were ethically amoral.