Psychology, Period 3: Social Media and It’s Affect on Body Image

Psychology, Period 3: Social Media and It’s Affect on Body Image
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How to Dominate in Social Media “Marketing Psychology” Explained

How to Dominate in Social Media “Marketing Psychology” Explained

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User psychology and social media: triggers that drive conversions

User psychology and social media: triggers that drive conversions
Olga Andrienko is a Director of Social Media Marketing at SEMrush.

With seven+ years of experience in conversion marketing, Olga is one of the souls of SEMRush (, and she and her team have been able to create one of the most active branded digital marketing community from scratch in a ridiculously small number of years.

Basic principles and latest trends marketers should keep in mind:

Image A/B testing: colours, fonts and text.

Human-to-human interaction and ways to build a community with social media.

Templates, conversation funnel examples and tools to help marketers customise their messages.

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The Psychology Of Resisting Control & Parenting Tips, Dr. John Breeding

The Psychology Of Resisting Control & Parenting Tips, Dr. John Breeding
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Social Media’s Dark Side: How Facebook and Snapchat Try to Steal Our Self-Worth | Tristan Harris

Social Media’s Dark Side: How Facebook and Snapchat Try to Steal Our Self-Worth | Tristan Harris
In the 1970s, at the dawn of personal computers, people like Steve Jobs and the scientists at Xerox PARC talked about computers as “bicycles for our mind”. Sure, someone was going to make big money selling these hardware units, but the intention was at heart quite pure; computers would give our minds wheels to go farther than ever before. Our capabilities would be augmented by technology, and we would become smarter and more capable. That ethos has not really stuck, and today we find ourselves in a Pavlovian relationship with push notifications, incapacitated by the multi-directional pull on our attention spans.

We’ve made it through every new technological wave—newspapers, radio, TV, laptops, cell phones—without the social decay that was widely prophesied, but there’s something different about smartphones loaded with apps living in the palm of our hand, says tech ethicist Tristan Harris. It would be a mistake not to recognize how, this time, it really is different. Companies today are not more evil than they were in the 1970s, what’s changed is the environment they operate in: the attention economy, where the currency is your eyeballs on their product, for as long as possible—precious exposure that can be sold to advertisers. Unlike the neutral technology we once used, and could walk away from, today’s technology uses us. Behind every app—Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat—are 1,000 software designers working every day to update and find new psychological levers to keep you hooked to this product. The most powerful development has been that of ‘likes’, public feedback that externalized our self-worth onto a score card (this has reached new heights with Snapchat’s streaks, which research by Emily Weinstein at Harvard has shown puts extreme stress on kids and adolescents.) “These products start to look and feel more like media that’s about maximizing consumption and less like bicycles for our minds,” says Harris. Is it too late to do something about the attention economy? To find out more about Tristan Harris, head to


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Well, there’s a really common misconception that technology is neutral and it’s up to us to just choose how to use it.

And so we’re sitting there and we’re scrolling and we find ourselves in this kind of wormhole and then we say, “Oh man, like, I should really have more self-control.” And that’s partially true, but what we forget when we talk about it that way is that there’s a thousand engineers on the other side of the screen whose job it was to get my finger to do that the next time. And there’s this whole playbook of techniques that they use to get us to keep using the software more.

Was design always this manipulative? It wasn’t always this way. In fact, back in the 1970s and the early ’80s at Xerox PARC when Steve Jobs first went over and saw the graphical user interface, the way people talked about computers and what computers were supposed to be was a “bicycle for our minds” that, here we are, you take a human being and they have a certain set of capacities and capabilities, and then you give them a bicycle and they can go to all these new distances, they’re empowered to go to these brand-new places and to do these new things, to have these new capacities.

And that’s always been the philosophy of people who make technology: how do we create bicycles for our minds to do and empower us to feel and access more?

Now, when the first iPhone was introduced it was also the philosophy of the technology; how do we empower people to do something more? And in those days it wasn’t manipulative because there was no competition for attention. Photoshop wasn’t trying to maximize how much attention it took from you—it didn’t measure its success that way.

And the Internet overall had been, in the very beginning, not designed to maximize attention, it was just putting things out there, putting things out there, creating these message boards.
It wasn’t designed with this whole persuasive psychology that emerged later. What happened is that the attention economy and this race for attention got more and more competitive, and the more competitive it got to get people’s attention on, let’s say a news website, the more they need to add these design principles, these more manipulative design tactics as ways of holding onto your attention.

And so YouTube goes from being a more neutral, honest tool of just, “Here’s a video,” to, “Oh, do you want to see these other videos? And do you want to auto-play the next video? And here’s some notifications…”

WTM 2012 – The Psychology of Social Media

WTM 2012 – The Psychology of Social Media

How To Handle A Girl Who’s Always On Social Media – The Man Up Show, Ep. 75

How To Handle A Girl Who’s Always On Social Media – The Man Up Show, Ep. 75
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For over a decade, David Tian, Ph.D., has coached tens of thousands of people from over 87 countries to achieve happiness and success in their dating and love lives.

Once a nerdy, skinny professor of Asian philosophy who couldn’t hold a conversation to save his life, David is now director of Aura Transformation Corp., and a world renowned dating and life coach. Dr. Tian has been featured in international media, including AXN, Cosmopolitan, Psychology Today, as well as co-hosting a radio show on national radio and a weekly dating advice column in a national newspaper in Singapore. Formerly a professor at the National University of Singapore, Dr. Tian is actively researching, speaking, and publishing in the areas of philosophy and psychology.

The show, “Man Up: Masculinity for the Intelligent Man (,” is David’s way of helping as many people as possible enjoy empowering and fulfilling lives, while contributing to the global understanding of masculinity in modern times. In the show, he takes your questions posed in the Man Up private Facebook group (…) and answers based on his experience coaching (…) tens of thousands of students around the world for over a decade.”

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In episode 75, I answer the question of: How to handle a girl who’s always on social media?

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Hey, this is David Tian, Ph.D. and this is episode 75 of man up! I’m in Singapore. It is a little bit rainy, just showing you the view, it’s kind of nice. Singapore is actually a very green city, especially for Asia. Beautiful air out here most of the time when Indonesia is not burning their forest. Anyway, so I’ll show you a little bit of view there. It’s a nice view.

Ok cool, so we got a question from the private Facebook group… actually this one was a private message. I don’t usually answer private messages but this one is pretty good. So I’m going to answer this. And it comes from Mark. He says, “how do I compete with the attention of good looking girls with receiving on social media. Just to go into more detail, between Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and God only knows what else, girls are more and more on their phones posting pics and videos rather than participating into real life interactions. You take your girl out for dinner, she takes pictures of her food then watches her phone and see how many people liked it. Take them to an event, and then they have to check in then respond to everyone’s comments saying they are jealous. Thanks for your time, Mark.”

Okay, so I totally know where you’re coming from. Pretty much all of my friends, my female friends are really heavy users these different social media platforms. To be honest, even my clientele, the guys who are on online programs who are 25 years and under, I would say even in America – 30 and under – hardly ever use this thing anymore. They don’t really use the Macbook. A lot of girls I know who are under 25, except for work, they don’t usually open their own personal Macbooks or computers. Their always on their phones. This is just the future of the universe. The internet as you know it will no longer be consumed mostly through this. It will mostly perceived through wearables, the phone, so far as we carry it around everywhere. But soon, Google Glasses trying to make a fore in, dude but it will be everything. I got an apple watch usually. Oh, I just don’t have my accessories on. I usually have an apple watch on. Soon were going to have like smart pants, smart shirts, soon we’ll have that shift to consume information and experience reality in many ways this is good and bad. Get with the program, in a way, this is good. I’ve seen exactly where you’re coming from, Mark.

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Facebook founder warns of social media addiction

Facebook founder warns of social media addiction
Sean Parker, 38, claims social media sites like Facebook are “exploiting vulnerabilities in human psychology” and said social media pioneers like himself “understood this consciously and we did it anyway.”

The psychology behind social media | Barbara Dolgova | TEDxLSE

The psychology behind social media | Barbara Dolgova | TEDxLSE
Barbara Dolgova is founder and editor behind the International Lifestyle Guide and has recently made it to the top of the Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide news section with her publication about Alexander James Artist Residency, gaining more than 140,000 views. In this thought-provoking #offtherecord talk, Barbara discusses what she sees as the psychology behind social media.

Barbara Dolgova is a founder and editor behind the International Lifestyle Guide – a bilingual online destination for everyone interested in travel, culture and art. She has recently made it to the top of the Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide news section with her publication about Alexander James Artist Residency, gaining more than 140,000 views for her works. Barbara is currently pursuing Media & Cultural Studies degree at the University of the Arts, London and is a summer graduate of the New York Film Academy (Los Angeles) in acting. She is a Director of Brand Strategy & Creative Writer at Chainy – an online platform established to empower creative people to work with the world’s leading brands and artists.

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“Facebook EXPLOITS a Vulnerability in Human Psychology!” Tucker Carlson on Social Media

“Facebook EXPLOITS a Vulnerability in Human Psychology!” Tucker Carlson on Social Media
Tucker Carlson reacts to Sean Parker’s comments about the negative consequences of Facebook and social media addiction.

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