Mon, 5 September 2022
Welcome to the Social-Engineer Podcast: The Doctor Is In Series – where we will discuss understandings and developments in the field of psychology.
This is Episode 177 and hosted by Chris Hadnagy, CEO of Social-Engineer LLC, and The Innocent Lives Foundation, as well as Social-Engineer.Org and The Institute for Social Engineering.
Joining Chris is co-host Dr. Abbie Maroño. Abbie is Director of education at Social-Engineer, LLC, and a perception management coach. She has a PhD in Behaviour analysis and specializes in nonverbal communication, trust, and cooperation.
Today’s conversation will be on the topic of Subliminal Persuasion. [Sep 05, 2022]
00:00 – Intro
00:27 – Dr. Abbie Maroño Intro
01:07 – Intro Links
03:26 – Why this podcast?
04:28 – The topic of the day: Subliminal Persuasion
05:46 – What is Subliminal Persuasion?
07:03 – The Coca-Cola & popcorn myth
09:08 – Judas Priest Lawsuit
10:32 – Sex on ice, does it work?
15:00 – Getting warmer...
16:08 – ...and colder
18:49 – The importance of being attentive
21:28 – Does it pass the smell test?
22:59 – Can Prime lead to Persuasion?
24:34 – The necessity of Motivation
27:05 – Does Belief play a role?
28:17 – The Smell of Fear
32:52 – Applying the Subliminal
38:58 – The limitations of application
41:26 – Subtle Psychology
44:33 – Book Recommendations
45:42 – Find Dr. Abbie Maroño on the web
46:26 – Find Chris on the web
46:41 – Wrap Up
47:59 – Outro
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Direct download: Ep._177_-_The_Doctor_Is_In_Series_-_Hold_This_Coffee__Subliminal_Persuasion.mp3
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