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The hidden forces that shape how and what we buy
Matt Johnson Ph.D.
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No one can convince you like you can. How will this be used in marketing and targeted advertisements?
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Matt Johnson, Ph.D., is a writer, speaker, and professor at Hult International Business School in San Francisco, California. He is the author of Blindsight: The (Mostly) Hidden Ways Marketing Reshapes our Brains.