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virtualcyber
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Posted by: @RoyHarper
Question, how do you trigger an emotional response?  Think long and hard about this one (but don't have a genius attack).

If you don't understand anchors, look up pavlov.  The stimulus is irrelevant (and can be changed) it is the anchor to the emotion which is important.

I think the point was just poorly phrased. I do think, in general, men give the impression of responding more strongly to visual cues than women. I don't know if men are actually visually more responsive, because women (IMHO) tend not to be as obvious in expressing sociallly "crude" behavior.

I am more certain of the following: women are more sensitive to aural cues. It is also easier to set up aural anchors (in women).

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RoyHarper
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Posted by: @virtualcyber
I think the point was just poorly phrased.  I do think, in general, men give the impression of responding more strongly to visual cues than women.  I don't know if men are actually visually more responsive, because women (IMHO) tend not to be as obvious in expressing sociallly "crude" behavior.

I am more certain of the following: women are more sensitive to aural cues.  It is also easier to set up aural anchors (in women).

Just so long as we recognize that the difference in stimulus is because of cultural/social constructs (in a very generalized sense), not because of some cliché.


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