1. Experiment B - trailer

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    See the whole video - with English subtitles - here: www.vimeo.com/randomcollision/experimentb Experiment B is a unique collaborative project between Random Collision and a multidisciplinary research team from the University of Groningen. The project connects scientific research with the creation process of three choreographers, resulting in a show that is a dance performance and experiment in one. How are we influenced by what is happening onstage? Is the person seated next to you having the same experience as you? And can watching dance influence our behavior? General director | Kirsten Krans | Choreographers | Jasmine Ellis, Ido Batash, Thomas Falk | Dancers | Anna Asplind, Rozemarijn de Neve, Evelyne Rossie, Miguel do Vale | Social Psychology | Tom Postmes, Ernestine Gordijn, Aafke van Mourik Broekman, Namkje Koudenburg | Artificial Intelligence | Tjeerd Andringa, Kirsten van den Bosch | Lighting design| André Pronk | Music | Hans Vermunt | Costume design| Natasja Lansen | Production | Lotte Dijkstra | Publicity | Nynke Toussaint | Video Jan Klug | Thanks to Prins Bernhard Culture Fonds & NWO | randomcollision.net

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    • Experiment B - behind the scenes

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      Note: English subtitles are available via CC in the bottom right corner of the screen. Translation: Paul Hulsman Experiment B is a unique collaborative project between Random Collision and a multidisciplinary research team from the University of Groningen. The project connects scientific research with the creation process of three choreographers, resulting in a show that is a dance performance and experiment in one. How are we influenced by what is happening onstage? Is the person seated next to you having the same experience as you? And can watching dance influence our behavior? General director | Kirsten Krans | Choreographers | Jasmine Ellis, Ido Batash, Thomas Falk | Dancers | Anna Asplind, Rozemarijn de Neve, Evelyne Rossie, Miguel do Vale | Social Psychology | Tom Postmes, Ernestine Gordijn, Aafke van Mourik Broekman, Namkje Koudenburg | Artificial Intelligence | Tjeerd Andringa, Kirsten van den Bosch | Lighting design| André Pronk | Music | Hans Vermunt | Costume design| Natasja Lansen | Production | Lotte Dijkstra | Publicity | Nynke Toussaint | Video Jan Klug | Thanks to Prins Bernhard Culture Fonds & NWO | www.randomcollision.net

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      • Persuasion

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        This film was created for the Noba Psychology 2015 student video competition. It details some of the scientific research on persuasion and ways that consumers can better prepare themselves against these tactics. Full research citations: Petty, R. E., & Cacioppo, J. T. (1979). Issue involvement can increase or decrease persuasion by enhancing message-relevant cognitive responses. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 37, 1915-1926. Nisbett, R. E., & Wilson, T. D. (1977). The halo effect: Evidence for unconscious alteration of judgments. Journal of personality and social psychology, 35(4), 250. Chaiken, S. (1987). The heuristic model of persuasion. In Social influence: the ontario symposium (Vol. 5, pp. 3-39). Petty, R. E., Cacioppo, J. T., & Schumann, D. (1983). Central and peripheral routes to advertising effectiveness: The moderating role of involvement. Journal of Consumer Research, 10, 135-146. Cialdini, R. B. (2001). Influence: Science and practice (4th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Cialdini, R. B., Wosinska, W., Barrett, D. W., Butner, J., & Gornik-Durose, M. (2001). The differential impact of two social influence principles on individualists and collectivists in Poland and the United States. In W. Wosinska, R. B. Cialdini, D. W. Barrett, & J.Reykowski (Eds.). The practice of social influence in multiple cultures. Mahwah, NJ:Erlbaum. "Ender's Equation" - By: Secession Studios "That Positive Feeling" - By: Alumo Audio

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        • Why do we laugh?

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          Alex Borgella, Ph.D. Candidate, Social Psychology, Tufts University https://everwonder.tufts.edu

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          • Department of Social Sciences @ Loughborough 18th Feb 2015

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            Some of the comments from prospective students and parents from their open day visit to our department here at Loughborough University

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            • Brand Psychology book by Jonathan Gabay

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              Brand Psychology; Consumer perceptions, corporate reputations Jonathan Gabay Why do you trust some brands more than others? What can cultural, political, commercial and social brands do to instil brand belief in an increasingly distrustful society? Important psychological questions like these affecting every corner of today’s brands are addressed in the book Brand Psychology written by Jonathan Gabay. A resource for corporate leaders, marketing, branding and PR professionals, reputation specialists and graduates in psychology and marketing, Brand Psychology is meticulously researched and clearly explains the psychology behind today’s brand commercial beliefs, cultural values and consumer needs. From big data to consumer psychographics, CEOs caught in the media headlines to the neuroscience of wining online and offline trust, Gabay draws on classic insights from social psychology, cognitive psychology, psychotherapy and neuroscience, to reveal ground breaking strategies that help organisations build and protect reputations as well as win business, hearts and minds. Full off relevant case studies and tips from respected neuropsychologists, economists, IT, advertising, PR and industry leaders, Brand Psychology turns theory into proven practical methodologies to help you build meaningful, highly respected brands. · Explains the principles of psychological communication dynamics for brand leaders. · Provides psychological profiles that explain both management and consumer motives. · Shows at a glance where and how areas in the brain are affected by brand communications. · Reveals powerful psychological insights for producing effective brand stories and empathetic crisis narratives. · Helps you plan for even the most crippling brand crisis.

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              • Video endurance test

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                Three minute video challenge Brand Psychology book by Jonathan Gabay

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                  Support material for Brand Psychology book by Jonathan Gabay see brand understanding.com

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                    Oreo using clandestine expert online views for promotion See more: Brand Psychology book by Jonathan Gabay available on Amazon

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