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Habit Weekly Session – Vanessa Bohns - Shared screen with speaker view
Lizzie
14:50
What are the funnier requests!
Lizzie
16:56
I thought that was such an interesting part of your book, too
Tamar Zalk
18:09
Have you adapted your research to look at any covid related behavioral asks - for instance certain public health measures like asking someone to put on a mask?
Vanessa Bohns
20:14
https://hbr.org/2021/08/how-to-ask-a-colleague-to-mask-up
Samuel Salzer
20:53
Great question, Tamar!
Chris Greene
21:04
What’s one of your favorite changes that you’ve made in your personal behavior after coming to these findings? (I can’t speak at the moment)
Tamar Zalk
23:24
Super interesting regarding direct vs. indirect….we’ve seen that in messaging testing general messages around covid as well
Lizzie
23:27
Did your research note if gender plays a role?
Samuel Salzer
27:35
Liking gap: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327456464_The_Liking_Gap_in_Conversations_Do_People_Like_Us_More_Than_We_Think
Stephanie
29:31
Thanks Vanessa! It's past midnight here - will check out your book.
Tamar Zalk
35:20
This makes me very happy that we are using Succession as examples
Chris Greene
39:08
Thanks for that answer. So, it seems like you’ve really aimed to ~reduce the bad ask, instead of ~increase the good? If I’m looking for increased good, and that confidence but they’re isn’t any structural power dynamic to use to help me have that confidence, what do you suggest?
Sarah Wong
39:47
Does our persuasion power changes based on our position within a group? (e.g. in-group vs out-group) and how does the liking gap reconcile with the fundamental attribution error?
conorbarry
42:20
Hot cold empathy gap
Chris Greene
44:02
Cool, thanks for sharing!
Samuel Salzer
45:56
🙌
Tamar Zalk
46:20
Super interesting
Samuel Salzer
58:05
https://www.vanessabohns.com/
Benoit
58:23
Thank you very much !!!!!
Chris Greene
58:32
Thank you both!
Tamar Zalk
58:39
Thank you!
Renuka Arjunan
58:40
Thank you!