Most people believe that social events impact our mood. They think that war makes us fearful and angry, or that a rising stock market makes us increasingly optimistic. Socionomics, on the other hand, turns conventional wisdom about social mood and social behavior completely on its head.
Matt Lampert, director of the Socionomics Institute, explains socionomic causality to Jim Burress of 90.1 WABE FM — Atlanta’s NPR station.
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