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  • [Mood Riffs] Arsenic and Brown Rice

    [Mood Riffs] Arsenic and Brown Rice

    The next phase of the bear market may produce general health difficulties and might disrupt our fragile food supply.

     
  • [Social Mood Watch] The Unnoticed Epidemic

    [Social Mood Watch] The Unnoticed Epidemic

    “We are in the midst of an epidemic” is how the Director of the Centers for Disease Control described the problem on July 3 of last year. His quote made it into that day’s news cycle, but was gone by the next day.

     
  • [Article] Negative Mood Sickens Society

    [Article] Negative Mood Sickens Society

    Disease Update: A perfect storm of mood, malaise and pathogens.

     
  • [Press] Outbreak! What does Social Mood have to do with Epidemics?

    [Press] Outbreak! What does Social Mood have to do with Epidemics?

    GAINESVILLE, Ga. / June 2, 2011 — News reports say measles cases and deadly E. coli infections are escalating rapidly in Europe. France has over 5,000 measles cases and Germany is the locus of a massive outbreak of a “rare, deadly strain” of food-borne E. coli that can shut down kidneys and cause seizures, strokes and comas. The outbreaks come as no surprise to analysts at the Socionomics Institute.

     
  • [Press] Can the Stock Market Make You Sick? Can the Stock Market Make You Crazy?

    [Press] Can the Stock Market Make You Sick? Can the Stock Market Make You Crazy?

    GAINESVILLE, Ga. / January 26, 2011 – A recent government report shows a surge in mental disorders in Americans, which now affect 20% of the population. An April 2009 study by the Socionomics Institute predicted just such a rising incidence of illness during periods of financial and economic decline.

     
  • [Audio] Part II: Alan Hall on Epidemic Disease

    [Audio] Part II: Alan Hall on Epidemic Disease

    Socionomist Alan Hall continues his discussion with radio journalist Tom Jeffries about negative social mood and epidemics. Part II explores how changes in mood impact human immunity. Hall discusses potential threats on the horizon and provides charts that illustrate the timing of epidemics and their similarity to financial manias. Download Charts […]

     
  • [Article] A Socionomic View of Epidemic Disease

    [Article] A Socionomic View of Epidemic Disease

    Negative social mood increases stress and disrupts routines, sanitation, households, social relationships, and, ultimately, human immunity.

     
  • [Audio] Alan Hall on Epidemic Disease

    [Audio] Alan Hall on Epidemic Disease

    Swine flu is a global pandemic. The World Health Organization warns that nations should prepare for a second wave of the virus. Socionomist Alan Hall talks to journalist Tom Jeffries about how periods of negative social mood are conducive to disease outbreaks. Running Time: 14 min 17 sec Download Audio […]

     
  • [Article] A Socionomic View of Epidemic Disease

    [Article] A Socionomic View of Epidemic Disease

    It’s widely believed that epidemics make people fearful, but as you will see in this report, socionomic causality better explains the data, which show that fearful people are more susceptible to epidemics.

     
  • [Article] A Socionomic Study of Epidemic Disease

    [Article] A Socionomic Study of Epidemic Disease

    Alan Hall’s two-part in-depth study, “A Socionomic Study of Epidemic Disease,” shows how negative social mood establishes conditions precipitating outbreaks of epidemic diseases. Part 1 explores a 600-year history of diseases in bear markets and how society becomes vulnerable. Part 2 focuses on the psychological and physiological mechanisms by which negative social mood compromises human immunity, charts illustrating the timing and similarity of epidemics to financial manias and more potential threats on the horizon.