Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

Learn how social mood drives social action

Does social action motivate social mood, or vice versa? Robert Prechter’s socionomic theory — that social mood drives social events, not the other way around — stands at the center of what has become one of the most explosive and eye-catching fields of study in the social sciences.

In this interview, the Socionomics Institute’s senior researcher Chuck Thompson explains socionomic theory and social mood’s impact on our lives.

You’ll also learn how socionomics can help you determine what North Korea may do next with its nuclear program.


 
Read a preview of the May 2015 SocionomistConflict or Cooperation: In North Korea It’s a Matter of Social Mood.


 

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