Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

November 2, 2018

Almost everyone believes that “bad news” and negative events cause the future to feel less certain. Socionomists understand that it’s precisely backwards: Negative mood generates “bad news” AND impels people to view their future as uncertain. The August 2012 Socionomist explained that uncertainty first appears in the stock market — and eventually shows up in the economy. The January 2018 issue takes a follow-up look at uncertainty, which continues to be a topic of interest to academics — and, we believe, every independent thinker like yourself, as well.

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