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  • Anyone Can Learn Socionomics

    Anyone Can Learn Socionomics

    Want to predict the next big thing in fashion, film or pop music? What about developments in the economy, politics and societal health? Whether you’re new to socionomics or just want to brush up on the basics, you’ll be understanding and anticipating social trends in no time as you watch a child, young adult and expert apply socionomic theory in this engaging video.

     
  • What the Heck Happened in 2020?

    What the Heck Happened in 2020?

    Want to predict the next big thing in fashion, film or pop music? What about developments in the economy, politics and societal health? Whether you’re new to socionomics or just want to brush up on the basics, you’ll be understanding and anticipating social trends in no time as you watch a child, young adult and expert apply socionomic theory in this engaging video.

     
  • Surfacing Scandals

    Surfacing Scandals

    The Virgin Islands is taking a new look at the Jeffrey Epstein case, and banks are under fire.

     
  • Cyber Attacks Redux?

    Cyber Attacks Redux?

    Here’s why you can expect cyberattacks to become both more prevalent and increasingly vicious.

     
  • [Article] Is the Fog of War Also the Fog of Negative Mood?

    [Article] Is the Fog of War Also the Fog of Negative Mood?

    Disinformation is proliferating as countries engage in belligerence-on-the-cheap.

     
  • [Article] Negative Social Mood Wreaks Havoc on Venezuela

    [Article] Negative Social Mood Wreaks Havoc on Venezuela

    Chuck Thompson looks at Venezuela’s plight in the February 2017 issue of The Socionomist.

     
  • [Video] Beware the Moody Market – A Video Interview with Steve Hochberg

    [Video] Beware the Moody Market – A Video Interview with Steve Hochberg

    EWI’s Chief Market Analyst and Financial Forecast editor Steve Hochberg sits down with Tim Bourquin from the Money Show to talk socionomics.

     
  • Efficient Market Hypothesis vs. Socionomic Theory of Finance

    Efficient Market Hypothesis vs. Socionomic Theory of Finance

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  • Socionomic Theory

    Socionomic Theory

    The essence of the socionomic hypothesis is that fluctuations in social mood—waves of optimism and pessimism—are a natural result of human association and have consequences in social action. Social mood is not conscious, rational and objectively reactive but unconscious, non-rational and subjectively active. While people almost universally believe that the character of social events regulates social mood, socionomics recognizes that the causality is the reverse: social mood regulates the character of social activity. The causality of social mood is unidirectional; there is no feedback loop of events back to social mood. Events do stimulate brief emotional reactions, but they are transient and independent of social mood.

     
  • [Article] How to Apply Socionomics Properly

    [Article] How to Apply Socionomics Properly

    The 10 core principles of socionomics, starting with foundational and counterintuitive truth that “social mood motivates social actions”…