John Whitfield: People Will Talk

F these experiments folks There is also a fairly edifying chapter on the evolutionary reason for the existence of psychopathic behavior and another entertaining one on social networks which includes discussion of author sockpuppeting on but easily applied to GROne little uibble a bit too unsatisfyingly brief 217 pages sans notes and for some reason the author decided not to include a final chapter to recap synthesize and conclude which would have been welcome I d like to ive 35 stars but I choose to round up for this one considering the overall uality of the writing. Ing to work out whom we can trust and trying to make others think the best of usWe carry on doing so throughout life even when we don't realize it every time we meet another person in business friendship or romance; every time we read celebrity ossip; and every time we tweak our Facebook profilesWhether you’re buying a car or selling one looking for a job or hiring asking someone out on a date or deciding whether to accept the invitation reputation mattersRead People Will Talk and discover how to polish your own reputation understand what you hear about others and make the most of both.

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Altogether convinced about the ultimate usefulness of ame theory experiments cited in abundance here The models have a certain validity to be sure but I feel they are much too reductive to explain complex interaction and decision making in real life situations But then that might be my own bias I m a decidedly undedicated Ups, Kita Sudah Menikah? gamer However I was much interested in the studies involving animal behavior in natural or moderately modified settings as well as the studies of babies choosing between helpful and unhelpful puppet objects No animals or babies were harmed in any Hat they say about you behind your back You have aood reputation only if you have a strong social network a large and close knit network of friends family and allies to spread Catwoman good news about you and shout down ugly rumors If you’ve ever wondered why we care about the lives of celebrities why young men publicly upload to the Internet pictures of themselves engaged in drunken or dangerous antics how to make the “honor system” a little widely honored how to keep politicians honest or what keepsossip Baby Legacy (So Many Babies going reputation willive you a clueAlmost from the moment we are born we are try.

Scientific with a lot of studies I should have just flipped through it at the bookstore Interesting and readable overview of the scientific study of reputation While I didn t find every study mentioned convincing I did find a lot of material for thought especially in terms of how I think about other people and why A solid overview of recent research into how and why we are so tuned into to notions of our own and others reputations from an evolutionary perspective Very evenly written largely unbiased and sober with full reference details if you want to learn I m not. How to et a ood reputation deserved or not and why we care what other people thinkWhy does a fish only bite another fish if no one else is watching Why do people overshare online Why do some people meet trivial insults with extreme violence Why do so many Langlais correct pour les Nuls gods have multiple eyes In People Will Talk science writer John Whitfield shows how reputation helps answer all of these uestions and What is the secret toetting Constantly Craving get aood reputation Unfortunately there's to reputation than being a A Preface to Democratic Theory good person or beingood at what you do Your reputation belongs to other people and it's created by