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A 200-Year History of Hemlines
Dr. Agarwal reveals his insights about the publishing process and his recent paper on the link between trends in the stock market and ...
What do skirt hemlines and the stock market have in common? Here is an excerpt of the January 2015 video transcript.
Anthropologist, Big Data pioneer and author to speak at 5th Annual Social Mood Conference
Socionomists have long been interested in how individuals make decisions while under the influence of a group. In this brief article, s...
Imagine a modern, ground-breaking theory, which could link all human social behavior.
The January issue looks at 200 years of fashion history to illustrate the relationship between hemline heights and social mood.
Why are Nazis the ultimate bad guys? Lots of people know the answer, but the follow-up is not so sim ...more
Socionomist Alan Hall reviews two indicators of the massive credit deflation: Widespread environment ...more
People are happier even as bank creation reaches zero and legislators of one U.S. state noodle how t ...more
Dr. Agarwal reveals his insights about the publishing process and his recent paper on the link betw ...more
What do skirt hemlines and the stock market have in common? Here is an excerpt of the January 2015 v ...more
In this November 2014 update to his original study, Socionomist Alan Hall reviews authoritarian acti ...more