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  • [Article] Is the Fog of War Also the Fog of Negative Mood?

    [Article] Is the Fog of War Also the Fog of Negative Mood?

    Disinformation is proliferating as countries engage in belligerence-on-the-cheap.

     
  • [Article] Negative Social Mood Wreaks Havoc on Venezuela

    [Article] Negative Social Mood Wreaks Havoc on Venezuela

    Chuck Thompson looks at Venezuela’s plight in the February 2017 issue of The Socionomist.

     
  • [Video] Beware the Moody Market – A Video Interview with Steve Hochberg

    [Video] Beware the Moody Market – A Video Interview with Steve Hochberg

    EWI’s Chief Market Analyst and Financial Forecast editor Steve Hochberg sits down with Tim Bourquin from the Money Show to talk socionomics.

     
  • Efficient Market Hypothesis vs. Socionomic Theory of Finance

    Efficient Market Hypothesis vs. Socionomic Theory of Finance

    Click on chart to expand. Next >> Socionomics vs. Socioeconomics

     
  • Socionomic Theory

    Socionomic Theory

    The essence of the socionomic hypothesis is that fluctuations in social mood—waves of optimism and pessimism—are a natural result of human association and have consequences in social action. Social mood is not conscious, rational and objectively reactive but unconscious, non-rational and subjectively active. While people almost universally believe that the character of social events regulates social mood, socionomics recognizes that the causality is the reverse: social mood regulates the character of social activity. The causality of social mood is unidirectional; there is no feedback loop of events back to social mood. Events do stimulate brief emotional reactions, but they are transient and independent of social mood.

     
  • [Article] How to Apply Socionomics Properly

    [Article] How to Apply Socionomics Properly

    The 10 core principles of socionomics, starting with foundational and counterintuitive truth that “social mood motivates social actions”…

     
  • [Audio] The Science of Socionomics – Part 1

    [Audio] The Science of Socionomics – Part 1

    The Directors discuss where Socionomics is as a science, what has been accomplished, next steps in the process, experiments underway, and related fields of study. Also, listen to a preview discussion of Bob Prechter and Wayne Parker’s recently published paper on the differences between financial and economic decision making. Running […]